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  1. 1969cuda340

    1969cuda340 Well-Known Member

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    279B0C95-5A74-4BB9-A549-CD69039C0F28.jpeg I’m having a hell of a time finding a 10000 day calendar
    My number on the trans is H25383388
    2954339
    Can anyone help?
     
  2. pishta

    pishta I know I'm right....

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    I'd say. Maybe a 1 is missing?? Feb of 65 built for '66 model year?? 4,330th trans of the day??


    Chrysler's 10,000-Day Calendar
     
  4. 1969cuda340

    1969cuda340 Well-Known Member

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    Always thought my Cuda was matching number. The engine is but I think when I had the trans rebuilt they pulled the switch a rue on me. Damn it. Thanks for the help
     
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    pishta I know I'm right....

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    What numbers are you using to date the trans out of those 15. 01700 is March 24 '66
    Day 02800 is Friday, March 28, 1969 for a 69 build.....
     
  6. RAT ROD AL

    RAT ROD AL I know just enough to be dangerous FABO Gold Member

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    Lefty71 gave me that awhile back.
     
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    1969cuda340 Well-Known Member

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    I’m confused lol
     
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    Me? (1)295.

    Are you taking the trans apart? Or do you have any pics of it apart. Inside casting pieces will have the year cast in the upper and lower valve bodies, both with the circular style date coding, which some find easier to read. May help.
     
  9. pishta

    pishta I know I'm right....

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    I didnt know if your trans was from your icon ('69-340) or was it a 66 as posted. I'm not sure where the date code is in that 15 digit number but the 66 dates are gonna be like 1700's and that's not in the posted code.
     
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    I think I may have solved this mystery! Here's the oddity; the '69 trans listed in the guide for your car, assuming we are talking about a '69 340 barracuda, would be # 2892089..... This is the only trans listed for a '69 340 barracuda. Now, looking at that application, it also lists '70 barracuda as well, so that tells us that it's a late trans, and they used other numbers for early '69 cars, yet there are no others listed in the guide. Now, let's look at the date code and sequence; assuming there are no missing numbers, your date code for assembly is 2954, which is Friday, August 29th, 1969, and yours was the 330th unit built that day. It certainly seems plausible to me that they were using up early trans numbers (2538388) that still fit the application (duty wise and physically), but the mystery in my mind is how could your car be built after 8/29/69. I say no way, no how. A trans build that late would have surely been either used in a '70 model car, or as a warrantee or Mopar parts counter replacement transmission, which is may more likely. It's also plausible to question the validity of the application guide, although it has been found to handy and relatively accurate with it's model reference. Any possibility your car had the trans changed out by the dealer when still under warrantee?? Keep in mind they were probably paying about $300 new for them back then, if that.

    I picked up a trans today with the following stamp; G2464148 1598390 . Note 7 digits in the Julian and sequence, just like yours. My application was supposedly 383-4bbl in 1965 model year. Now decoder application guide says '65 late application 383-413-426-4bbl, date code is Sunday December 12, 1965, 390th unit built that day. Now, again, how can a trans built that late go in a '65 model year car, on the line? unless is a warrantee replacement unit? Anyone?
     
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    Wow thanks for the info. Maybe it’s a warranty trans. If it is my 70 Dart 4 speed and 74 duster 360 And now my cuda all have matching engines and warranty transmission
     
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    My car was built July 14 69
     
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    I think I have a 1966 trans
    Engine is matching number but I think the trans guy in 1987 switched the trans. I was a kid so who knew. Oh well
     
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