Hi Tony, we have had numerous no-cut installs on the 68-72 Chevelles with the PerfectFit case machining and shifter. It seems the biggest factor in acheiving this is the body mounts.Hello and welcome. Has anybody from this site installed a perfect fit kit with no modifications to the floor in a 68-72 that had a 4 speed in it ? I have been wanting to do this for a long time. I don't want to hack up my original floors. Anybody...? My car does not have a console. I have read many threads on this. But the perfect fit kit sounds good. Only people that have installed this kit need reply.
Same here, you sold me mine for my '66 Elco too.Bryan59EC said:Hi Jeff
If I recall----you sold me my tko600 for my 66 Elky.
I remember that one, its the daily driven car right? What kind of fuel mileage are you seeing?Same here, you sold me mine for my '66 Elco too.
Enjoying it very much, and the floor mods were no big deal, pretty straightforward.
My Elco sits on solid body bushings, and I never even tried to fit the trans w/o tunnel mods, since my tunnel replacement is bolted in and can be removed for trans service.
Makes that much easier than doing everything from below!
The cable converter box is $349 Your money would be better spent on an electronic speedometer in my opinion.Jeff, I spoke to you when I used to be over at CF.
I need the harness so I can get the reverse lockout solenoid working and the reverse lights (97 T56).
What can you do price wise on a transducer box so the speedo cable works?
Yes Jeff, good memory!KeislerJeff said:I remember that one, its the daily driven car right? What kind of fuel mileage are you seeing?