I have a 66 C4 from a 6 cyl. car with neutral safety switch and kickdown cable for sale, if you need a rebuildable unit. The bellhousing is for a six, but I believe that the C4 is the same for the 6 as the 8. Others may know better, if so I stand corrected. Asking $125 OBO.
There should be a ton of Mustang owners out there that would be willing to trade a C-4 Auto setup for your existing 4-Speed and all of the related components. I would rebuild the C-4 in any case. They are relatively cheap to do (about $450 to $650). I think the C-4 is a great tranny and ran one 180,000 miles with no problems, then rebuilt it just because it was old. Let someone else worry about clutch discs, throwout bearing etc. I think autos are great and especially if it is a real daily driver. Good luck.
65 Conv., 65 & 66 Coupes and the remains of
a 66' Coupe with 6 cyl. engine and V-8 3 spd.
I'm one of the owners who would be interested in trading my auto set up for the 4-spd for my 1966 GT convertible. Mine originally came with the 4-spd but the PO did the swap because his disability prevented him from driving a manual. I've been thinking the same question as to cost of putting it back to the original 4-spd set up.
65 Convertible disc/drum setup ,just had new dual reservoir m/c and booster installed , new rotors and calipers and lines ,new wheel cylinders and shoes on the back.
Struggling with long peddle travel and soft stopping. Have bled several times and adjusted the rear brakes as much as my mechanic...
Car has been sitting in my garage for the last 20 years and has not been started.
I‘m replacing the fuel system and would appreciate some advice and tips on prepping the engine before firing it back to life.
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My car has a TCI C4 with a PA deep, finned pan. I have a PTC Race converter. It seems to flash to around 4k RPM. I've not yet done a brake stand. But without question it's probably putting out more heat than stock. I do have a trans temp gauge but it's not working and I have yet to figure out...
I have a 6cyl Ford Mustang convertible assembled at Dearborn MI in February 1965.
The Left fender is stamped with a triangle and 2 01 D3 on top.
The Right fender is stamped 6330 D? on the top and in two sections towards the rear stamped 5 27 2D and 5 27 D2?
Would these be original factory...