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Old 06-13-2015, 02:18 AM
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Default I may have your Original M22 Muncie Transmission

All 1968 Chevelle & El Camino L78 owners.....I may have your Original M22 Muncie Trans.

VIN stamp on Trans.....18B235943

Please email me.....abodymuscle@aol.com

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Default Re: I may have your Original M22 Muncie Transmission

Might be a good idea to have a thread where orphan parts like this can be posted?
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Default Re: I may have your Original M22 Muncie Transmission

Agreed.
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Default Re: I may have your Original M22 Muncie Transmission

I think that is a great idea and I think someone (group) beat us to the punch on another site.
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Default Re: I may have your Original M22 Muncie Transmission

I come across orphan Chevelle, Camaro and Nova drivetrain parts quite often in my searches. I know there is a place for Camaro stuff on the CRG board but if we had something like that here, I could share links as I come across stuff.

I didn't realize this post has been a sticky for over a year. lol
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I also think there should be a thread where owners can post their cars and see if anyone has parts for it. I'd love to see if anything from the Camaro's out there, but I also don't want to clog any threads up or post in the wanted section.
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This needs to be moved into the orphan thread.....
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I have a 1969 Nova M22 trans in great condition.
I was curious of what the value would be.
They only made 862 units.
This is a very late production unit.

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Post 69 Nova M-22...

Unless it is for the original car that it came out of...and the car is still around, I don't see it having a special value. Even a real factory M-22 Nova that is missing the tranny still doesn't add much extra, because it is still the wrong VIN. Maybe a 10-15% premium to the right person who wants a Nova VIN.

If it is in good condition it should bring good money, not sure what 69 M-22's are selling for, but the gang here can fill in the blanks on that.

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