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Username Post: Rear end        (Topic#364429)
61_flattop 
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02-23-21 05:45 AM - Post#2814930    

Anyone interested in this? It came out of my 61 Biscayne. No idea what it would be worth. Complete from drum to drum. The wheels and tires are not mine, so they dont come with. I live in Festus MO 63028, and I am not interested in shipping.



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1961 Biscayne


 


61_flattop 
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02-25-21 01:03 PM - Post#2815074    
    In response to 61_flattop

Can you guys comment on what it would be worth? I really have no clue.

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62BillT 
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02-25-21 03:13 PM - Post#2815078    
    In response to 61_flattop

Knowing what gear ratio you have would help you to sell it better. There is a Code on the flat area on the passenger side of the hogshead. On some it can be very lightly stamped and sometimes hard to read.

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61_flattop 
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02-25-21 05:01 PM - Post#2815089    
    In response to 62BillT

I want to remember, back when it was in the car, I did the ole mark the drive shaft and spin the tire, and I believe I came up with 3.70. And I think I verified that with my service manual, being a 6 cylinder 3 on the tree originally. Unfortunately, the rear end is out at a friends house, and my service manual is at my other house. A search "online" says it should be a 3.55? I know it isn't posi.

On another note, I also have the original 3 in the tree steering column. The shifter is long gone, but it looks like the shift linkage is still on the end. Any one need that? And what would that be worth. It's in original shape, painted blue, not rusty or anything.

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