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Old 05-23-2014, 07:04 PM   #1
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1972 Superior need shift cable Any ideas

I have a 1972 Superior that I'm getting back to running so that I can sell it. Just about have everything done, but need a shift cable and misc. parts anybody have a resource out there.
Thanks for your help.
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Old 05-23-2014, 07:11 PM   #2
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What chassis , engine / trans combination do you have .
Chrysler 440 with a 727 trans ?
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1972 Superior Coach shift cable

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What chassis , engine / trans combination do you have .
Chrysler 440 with a 727 trans ?
The coach I believe is the 2200 model. It has a 318 dodge with 727 Torqueflight transmission. Thanks.
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Sorry I'll have to go down and look for the chassis tag. I'll report back.
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Old 05-23-2014, 09:39 PM   #5
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What type of chassis

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Sorry I'll have to go down and look for the chassis tag. I'll report back.
This is all the information I could find, anyone wish to interpret for me, what kind of chassis it has. thanks
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A Dodge Chassis VIN plate looks like this:


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also controlcables.com

take the old one off and send it to them and they'll copy it. surprisingly affordable
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Well guys, believe it or not I just happened to look on eBay and found a brand brand new cable but it delivered for about 85 bucks. More than I wanted to pay but it was an exact match and brand-new of course it was an old box old unit but never used. So hooray I can't believe it. Now if I could find something about 1994 Georgia boy pusher I would be happy you all have a good day:-)
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