mfg Posted October 3, 2020 Report Share Posted October 3, 2020 After much sole searching, I've decided to leave well enough alone and keep my 1963 Studebaker Avanti "automatic equipped"!....The Avanti Powershift is, in my opinion, a very solid, reliable transmission that I really can't fault...other than 4 speed equipped Avantis are a bit more fun to drive....especially since my Avanti is a "weekender"! To get to the point, I've decided to part company with a used Borg Warner T-10 four speed transmission, clutch housing, flywheel, good used pressure plate & disc, correct four speed starting motor, clutch linkage & bracket between frame rail and trans, and factory four speed floor shift linkage....Transmission appears to be in good shape, and all parts have been cleaned. Parts still needed to convert a Stude Avanti from auto to 4 speed would be the clutch pedal linkage and the driveshaft. (Forgot to mention I also have the correct 4 speed driveshaft front yoke.) If I don't use these parts, they are basically in the way, so if anyone can use them them let me know! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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