Inland 4 speed shifter handle identification

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  1. lemondana

    lemondana BlackDart

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    Anyone have or know where there are pictures identifying the different Inland 4 speed shifter handles used by Chrysler ? I've seen quite a few different ones, and wonder how many different handles there are.
     
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    6PakBee FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    Jamie Passon's transmission book has quite a few. These are ones I've had, I believe that they are (left to right) '68 B/C body console, '67 B body console, '67 B body non-console.

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    • HemiSSDart

      HemiSSDart Dartus Interuptus

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      Just picked up a console and console shifter for a 67 A-Body at the Indy swap yesterday. I haven't taken pictures of it yet but I will and post it here.
       
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      Yes, please do, The original shifter in my 68 GTS was cut down when I got it. A few years ago somebody had one on here or Ebay. It looked correct, since then I've seen a couple that the person was claiming to be an A Body and they didn't look like the first one I saw. Thank you!
       
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      just a FYI on the OEM "Inland" shifter. i had an "almost" new 68 Barracuda 340, 4 speed Formula S Fastback in high school in 1970. it was an early production 68 and had the round non-console Inland shifter. i street raced that car almost every weekend and in one very "exciting" race, i power-shifted second and broke the shifter handle right off the top of the shifter mechanism. i would REALLY advise against power-shifting OEM Inland shifters as they have a "weak spot" design where they bolt to the top of the shifter. i limped the car back home in 2nd gear and immediately bought a Hurst Comp Plus the next day. the Hurst design is almost bullet proof as to extreme use.
       
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        KosmicKuda FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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        Picture from Passon's book.

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