Re: 727 Loadflite questions
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Re: 727 Loadflite questions



I assume that means LoadFlite A-100 cable shift trans were only made in 1964 and 1965. 
Which contradicts the Fbook  A-100 group's opinion, at least if I understand their opinions as reported by Neal. 

Thanks,
Gary H. 

>  -------Original Message-------
>  From: 'Doug' via The 1962 to 1965 Mopar Mail List Clubhouse  
>  
>  64 65 cable shift trannys are or were only made for those 2 years,
>  
>  On Friday, September 8, 2023 at 09:10:14 AM EDT, neal zimmerman
>  wrote:
>  
>  I signed up for the facebook a100 community group, as it seemed to be
>  the most active. I already posted that question Gary about the tranny
>  situation and everybody said no. I too had wondered, well was a 1964
>  a100
>  a pushbutton ( answer was no). And also I wondered about that 1965 one
>  year only quasi typewriter transmission issue and they said no. We
>  shall see. Haven't got it back here yet, (bought up in Washington).
>  The guy had rebuilt a 318LA engine and Pat blais rebuilt the tranny.
>  But hadnt got around to installing motor. Hence the "missing " torque
>  convertor issue. The motor and trany alone was worth what I paid for
>  it.
>  And the body on the thing is amazing, very solid and rust free, even
>  the roof, which is a real issue on these things. And darn near
>  straight.
>  No worries, whatever issues or missing pieces I find, theres a
>  complete one lingering in a junkyard about 30 miles away.
>  Really stoked to get it home and get cracking on this thing.
>  
>  On Fri, Sep 8, 2023 at 4:27 AM Michael  > wrote:
>  
>  > Neal,
>  > The converter should be fine.
>  > Mike
>  >
>  > On 9/7/2023 8:29 PM, neal zimmerman wrote:
>  >
>  >> Just added another 62-65 mopar to my stable. I found a screaming
>  >> deal on a very solid/straight 1965 Dodge a100 sportsman 12 window
>  >> van. The guy basically lost interest in his project and just about
>  >> gave it away.
>  >> It comes with a rebuilt 318 and 727 loadflite, but he hadnt got
>  >> around to getting a torque converter yet , so I need to find one.
>  >> Is the tranny in these , what is called a 727 Loadflite, basically
>  >> the same as a 727 torqueflite. I know they look different.
>  >> Also would the torque converter from a 1965 318poly 727 work. I
>  >> have one of those laying around.
>  >> Neal Zimmerman, Eugene Oregon
>  >> -- 

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