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Old 08-23-2015, 01:48 AM   #1
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Hello all and thank you for adding me to the forum!

First off, i know very little about this car. I just bought it a few days ago (for $350) and the guy that had it didnt know anything for sure.

Now down to the question, im pretty sure the enging is an odd fire v6, but i am having trouble finding anything on the transmission.
The oil pan is shaped like the ford aod and has 14 bolts... But it looks nothing like the aod and from what ive read onli
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From what ive read online it has the buick bellhousing pattern.
I cant find any stamps on the caseing other than the patent numbers. (any clues as to where i should look?)

Thanks in advance for any help!
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It looks like a GM TH-350

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I thought it looked like a th 350 also, but the oil pan has six sides and 14 bolts. And every refference i have found online says the th350 has 5 sides and 13 bolts
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Thank you for trying to help. Its a super turbine 300. Used between 1964 and 1969.
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