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Hurst Shifter I.D..HELP!


Hurst Shifter I.D
I bought a box of shifters-trying to i.d this one-I cleaned it up-it is very nice the tranny/linkage rods seem to be newer
Hurst Competition Plus Stamping
3138 stamping
890242F stamping which I believe is date code August 1969 for the 1970 model year
What would be the value of this?
Any idea what this may have been in-I was told it came from a gto but really not sure-any input would be appreciated
Keep on Cruising!
Dave



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looks like a 70 GTO shifter, should pull the stick out of the base to check numbers and confirm. The linkage does not look correct from what I am seeing, but hard to tell.

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Lots of info out there...just google Hurst Shifter 3138 and start reading....

http://nastyz28.com/threads/hurst-shifter.167863/

https://www.chevelles.com/forums/33-transmission-driveline/584490-hurst-shifter-id-3138-a.html

https://www.camaros.net/forums/15-tag-team/323266-hurst-shifter-housing-3138-build-date.html

 

 



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If you pull the chrome stick out there will be a number stamped on it that will tell you the original application, at least of the stick. I can look it up for you if you can't find the application.

 



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I was just about to say that it looked like a "GTO" shifter too!
The F-bodies used an angled shifter arm receiver, while the A-bodies used a straight one;
The shifter body 3138 was apparently used by a whole myriad of stock applications (not all GM either)...


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Yes-I think I will find some starter shims out in the garage and pull the chrome stick off-thanks!
Keep on Cruising!
Dave

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