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For the four speed floor, a guide located off a couple of holes in the floor and over the hump. Then a guy used a cutting torch to cut the opening. The piece with the square hole was then located and spot welded to the floor pan. Seems crude but that was the way it was up into the '80s.
 

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It has the less desirable saginaw tranny which the sedans probably would have come with in 72 with a 2bbl 350...not sure but i would probably bet it was an original stick sedan. imo.
 

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I'd even say it would be rare it were a three speed on the floor. I've only seen four doors with the three speed on the column.
 

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The 350 2-barrel used a 2.54:1 low Saginaw 4-speed and a 3.36:1 10-bolt rear. Get the 4-barrel version in '70 and you get a Muncie & a 3.31 12-bolt.

Although I have never seen one, any V8 4-door Chevelle could have come with a 4-speed from 1964-72, with a few engine restrictions in some years.
 
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