[SOLD] Small Block 727 Trans

Mopar Mechanical Parts For Sale

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    73duster47 Well-Known Member

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    I have an A-727 transmission for sale.
    Trans was set up for use with a lock up converter. Valve body has a Trans-go TF-2 shift kit installed. Trans should be gone through due to some intermittent shift issues I had over the 2000 miles that I put on it. Good core for rebuild. No converter.
    Asking $200 but open to offers.
    Local pickup in Fontana, CA (92336) preferred.

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      73duster47 Well-Known Member

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      Dropping my asking price to $150. Local pickup in Fontana, CA preferred or I can meet in the area.
      Will take to scrap if not sold by end of December.
       
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      Can you take a photo of the numbers on the side of the trans near the pan? Should start with PK.
       
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      Right side or left side? I’ll snap a picture when I get home tonight
       
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        RustyRatRod I was born on a Monday. Not last Monday. FABO Gold Member

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        I sold one like it. Works good in a purple '35 Plymouth coupe with that 360 I'm retouching the heads for. ...gonna be a BIG power diff.
        I still have one from a 69 dart 340 car though. Might sell it...since I'm a 4 spd guy.
         
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          Right side (passenger).
           
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          Actually I believe it is the drovers side on the rail under the NSS.
           
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          Zooming in on the second picture I posted I can see a PK35 but can’t make out anything else. I’ll get a clear picture tonight
           
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          Stamping on the side rail of the trans reads PK35158441 3366 9434.
          This was not a lock up trans initially, it was converted to lock up.

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          Still available.
          Open to offers.
           
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          Still available, open to offers.
          Going to have to scrap it at the end of January.
           
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          I would buy if you were no so dam far from me, freight would be a killer.
          How does one convert a stanard 727 for use with a lock up converter?
          Very interesting.
           
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          You don't ever come up North do you? I'd pick it up as a spare, but not really worth the drive down South.
           
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          Sold it this afternoon.

          The guy that helped me build it made the conversion to lock-up was fairly simple from what I remember. Same case for both, just different front pump, cover and input shaft. One change to the valve body as well.
           
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