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Old 09-19-2007, 07:29   #1 (permalink)
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Question 67 Mustang transmission advice, please

Hello,

First, I have access to two free 5 speed transmissions. One is from a 1981 rear wheel drive Toyota Celica, and the other is from a 1988 front wheel drive Toyota Camry. I believe the transmission model for the Celica is a W50, and this tranny has been put into various other cars according to an Australian company called Dellow Automotive. However, I cannot find information on whether either one of these transmissions can be put into a 67 Mustang.

So...from what kind of car can I take a 5 speed manual transmission and put it into a 1967, 200 ci, V6, 3 speed manual transmission Mustang? Since I cannot get info on the two transmissions that I do have, then I figure maybe I should just start looking for some other type of car (wrecked and being scrapped) from which I can take the 5 speed transmission. Does anyone know?

Also, does anyone know what kind of "kit" I might need to make this tranny fit into the 67 Mustang? If you do know of a "kit", then can you tell me where to find it?

Thanks for any help you might be able to give.

Gayle
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Re: 67 Mustang transmission advice, please

your best bet would probably be finding a late model Mustang 5 speed and finding the correct bellhousing to bolt to the 200.
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Old 09-28-2007, 19:23   #3 (permalink)
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1967, 200 ci, V6, 3 speed manual transmission Mustang?
First off if you have a V6 then it is not a stock engine. The 200 ci engine is an inline 6cyl. Good luck finding a 5 speed to bolt up to it. fd
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Re: 67 Mustang transmission advice, please

In no case will a front wheel drive transmission work. The Celica could be made to fit, maybe. But you better be able to fabricate stuff from scratch or have a REALLY good friend who can. I've never heard of someone using a Toyota transmission. You'll be on your own.
There was a writeup out there on adapting the bellhousing to fit a later model Mustang (85-93) 5 speed to a 200. The 200/250 engines have their own unique bellhousing patterns that nothing else will bolt directly up to. The writeup seems to have vanished. But I bet some of the guys over here will know where it went or have some more ideas for you. Ford Six Performance: The Web's Leading Resource for Ford Inline Six-Cylinder Engines and Cars!
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