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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
as my neighbor and i were removing the transmission
out of my 66....
he noticed the starter..and said that the tranny wasn't a c-4 cause there were only 2 holes for the starter to go into
and he said a c-4 has 3 holes for the starter. he right or wrong?
It seems irrelavant..but it keeps nagging at me.
and if so..what else could it be?
i think he should lay off the sauce..

Discussion Starter · #3 ·
If I recall right (just did the job a month ago) I have 2 holes for my starter mounts on my C4

Friendswood Texas (Houston area)

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He is mistaken for your car. I had a C-4 and when I installed the toploader, the starter transferred right over.

He owes you a beer (or 6).

Steve Leslie, 65 coupe in restoration. 302, toploader, A/C, disc brakes, bench seat

Discussion Starter · #5 ·
Smile and ignore the neighbor. All 289/302/351 have 2 bolt starters no matter what trans you have.The 6 cyl had 3 bolt starters as well as all the FE's 390/427/428's

Greg B

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65 Mustang Convertible
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Rest easy... your 2-bolt setup is correct - Maybe your friend got hit in the head by a tranny?!!?

You're just jealous because the voices only talk to me!!!
66 200 3-spd Coupe - emberglo, daily driver
65 289 4-spd Conv - Rangoon Red (what else)
66 Shelby - Red and Ready to be Restored

Discussion Starter · #8 ·
my 68 289 coupe has two bolts
holding the starter on, an it is a c4
i ought to know my car likes to eat

douglas rhine of nebraska
the man with the sad dog face

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Two bolt holes, and the big hole for the nose of the starter. Yup, three holes. me check your shorts! My multimeter is just a-waiting! Formerly known as Midlife in the old VMF.
King of the Old Farts *struts*
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