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I am looking to swap out my 3-speed for a 4-speed toploader in my 1965 mustang. The problem I’m having is locating one, either rebuilt or not. Like always I have been told to check on eBay, but still no luck. My question is where would be the best place to look? Any help is appreciated.
 

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I would like to be around $1,200 but also willing to spend a little more if needed. Thank you for the quick reply!
 

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Ouch. Shipping would probably hurt on that one. Either way, the coupe I am going to look at this weekend comes with a full Toploader setup. Tranny, bellhousing and Hurst shifter. I already have a complete Tremec rig in the garage. So, I have intended to sell the Toploader to help offset the cost of the car/project.
 

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Yes I am currently deployed in Guam, so it wouldn’t be coming here thank goodness. Or shipping would be outrageous.
 

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You're correct Tom991. The link I posted was in Australian dollars. The exchange rate is in favour of the US dollar, so you can take around 30% off those prices.
 

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Saw one on FaceBook Marketplace over the weekend for $600.
 

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You're correct Tom991. The link I posted was in Australian dollars. The exchange rate is in favour of the US dollar, so you can take around 30% off those prices.
My fault for not looking at the ad.
 

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Where would it be shipped? I have a couple that I am not going to use. I am in the Dallas area, and just have to get them out for some pictures.
 
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