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anyone use a hurst on their T-350 tranny

I've always loved these shifters. wondering about your thoughts. my 67 lemans has a pontiac 350 with a mild cam. has a T-350 transmission. haven't gotten to the TC yet to find out what it is for sure.

but this is what I would like to put on my custom console as the console that came out of my car is pretty rough. wondering if anyone has done them, and if so, do you have a picture? how do you like it?

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Hey VV, used a B7M Quicksilver in my original console, how rough of shpe?, they clean up nice with a little steel wool and paint...heres som pics, not a hard mod and i made mine to use the factory aftermarket cable from Shiftworks. Beats the hell out of spending 400.00 for a his/hers.









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it was hacked up by the previous. not restorable. might use it as a mold for a new FG one.
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You could always install in on the tunnel with the Hurst housing until you make your console or find a restorable one. the only mod it needed was basically shims (used 1/2" steel conduit) to raise it up to meet the console i can measure from the firewall and give you a rough position.
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