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This is frustrating...every car I look at is different. I'm trying to figure out which shifter handle is CORRECT for a '70 4-speed car with bench seats. Would anyone happen to have a picture of the correct one? Or at least be really good at describing things
As always, thank you in advance.

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Dave Vanderputten
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I don't have any numerical specs, but I can offer that the Muncie stick had a more pronounced rearward bend for bench seat cars than for console equipped cars. I assume that bucket seat cars without a console, got the same handle as a car with console. Handle should of course, be chromed with the name MUNCIE stamped on either side. To the best of my knowledge, there are no exceptions.

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Patrick, aka Merlin
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Thanks Merlin, that was my thinking as well. I've seen at least 3 different shaped ones all used on bech seat cars and was having a hard time figuring out which was the right one. So, the crazy wierd backwards bent curvy one it it then
thank you sir.

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Dave Vanderputten
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