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: 1966 date coded Muncie 4-speed


larkinmusic
Aug 3rd, 10, 9:29 AM
I have what I believe to be a M20 Muncie four speed out of a 1966 SS Chevelle. It was my fathers and for some reason even though he sold the car in the early seventies he kept the transmission (http://www.chevelles.com/forums/showthread.php?t=327090#) (even moving with it several times, even across country). I think he replaced it with a M22.

The numbers stamped on it indicate that it is indeed out of his '66 Chevelle. The only thing I'm unsure of is if it is an M20 or not.

How can I go about getting a value on this? I don't have any use for it and unless I can find my dad's old car (http://www.chevelles.com/forums/showthread.php?t=327090#) I don't want to keep it.

It is just as it was when it was pulled forty years ago. I'm sure it will need to be rebuilt.

fastss396man
Aug 3rd, 10, 10:15 PM
AAron,

Depending on the overall condition of the trans they can bring decent money. I just sold a 69' date coded M20 that had been rebuilt and I completely refinished the exterior. So this unit was pristine inside and out (except for a chipped bolt boss on tailshaft). I was asking $825 and sold it for $700.

Brian

larkinmusic
Aug 3rd, 10, 10:41 PM
Would I be out of line asking $450? Assuming it is dirty and greasy and needs rebuilt.

jsand6769
Aug 3rd, 10, 11:12 PM
Would I be out of line asking $450? Assuming it is dirty and greasy and needs rebuilt.
ask 800, 450 is dirt cheep

DougA
Aug 3rd, 10, 11:21 PM
Sold my 66 M-20 that was rebuilt by Wally a year and a half ago for 400 last week.Was to a close friend,but I'd rather have cash than parts sitting around I won't use again.

MEJ1990TM
Aug 3rd, 10, 11:29 PM
ask 800, 450 is dirt cheep

$450 is not dirt cheap for a dirty, nasty trans that needs rebuilding. I know I wouldn't pay over $400 for a core, unless it was an M22 or something.