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Help with hurst shifter id ????????

Hello guys, I hope someone here can help. I recently purchased a Hurst shifter at a swap meet. The price was right, so I bought it without investigating it any further. The numbers on the body are 6356 , and on the pass side with the patent numbers is the number 220231Z. The number on the stick is 5325. Any help on this would be GREATLY APPRECIATED. Thanks again.
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Call Hurst... 818.483.1366 ...they can tell you what it is.

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Also FYI Pete Serio at Precision Pontiac is able to restore HURST shifters. Unfortunately he dosen't do His/Hers.....He also restores a sweet gauge panel!!



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Maybe for a bench seat???????
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66 had a curved shifter with console.



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