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Anybody know what these came in? It's what I pulled out of my 84 Riv T Turbo. It is not correct for this car to my understanding (and would account for some of the funky problems I had before the tranny went south).I believe, according to some sources, that I am supposed to have a d5.

I know about the chart on the regal site so don't put that link up.
Mainly interested in what car these may have originally came in.

[This message has been edited by Zap (edited July 31, 2001).]



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An informed source has pointed out the H7 is the special hillbilly converter more commonly referred to as the Trailertrash special!
 

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An unreformed, unrepentant source is more likely.

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My '67 Riviera has a nice 3 speed turbo 400 tranny. No H7 or D5.

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Please step away from the pill bottle sir.....
 

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Definately check it out!!! If it is loaded and still has a body on it and a decent color trim combo. with the console let me know.


Hopefully what I posted here isn't the chart on the Regal site???

Looks like it fits for 80-84 200-4R tranny too.

PS: It is a well known fact that the 1967 Buick Riviera is the most beautiful car ever produced.


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I just took a look. The trouble is the Cad Eldorado and Olds Toronado of the same years uses the same tranny (325-4L) and god only knows what stall they (v8's) used. I still think that the tranny has been removed before (it's not hard to tell) and the wrong convertor installed. But I could be wrong.

I may go look at the Riv this week. I'll let you know if I do. I'd like to have it, but I have too many projects and too little money at this point.



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Originally posted by Zap:
Someone in this very town of Dunbar keeps advertising a 67 Riv GS for 2000 bucks in a local add bulletin.

an "add" bulletin? Maybe you should wait for it to be advertised in a "subtract" bulletin! Price would probably be less.

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Originally posted by Zap:

It's hardd for me to believe that someone hasn't shot you by now!
Please!!!!!!!!! This IS a family list. Just because you are living with your sisters.....
 
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