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I need a little help. I'm going to put the 69 malibu up for sale regrettably, there's no room in the shop anymore. :( I installed a T56 out of a 95 formula last year as many know already. I'm not sure if I want to sell the trans and all associated parts as a kit or try to sell with the car. With all that's been done to the car, I'm sure not going to break even but probably would do better if I reinstalled the auto and sold the T56 seperately. The trans would be sold with clutch and adapter flywheel, hydraulic master with clutch/brake pedals, driveline and crossmember, shifter with ball. Everything will be complete, ready to install. The trans has around 82k miles and everything is tight. Clutch, flywheel, driveline are all new. What would you ask for the kit and would you recommend splitting the car/trans up at all? I welcome all opinions. :thumbsup:

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Post it up (the trans) if you decide to sell as a "kit" - Not sure what it's worth, It's always worth more if you are selling vs buying. :D

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I mentioned all components above. Everything you need to install in a chevelle would be included. I don't, however, have the speedo cable conversion. I don't believe I can disclose the asking price unless I move the thread to classified. Pm me if you want to talk further.

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Keisler sells T56 kits. So might be a way to basis a price. But to me it would be a big selling point to have it in the car. I love my T56 despite being a pain to convert from the TH400.
 
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