<VV> Early ('64) Powerglide conversion

Paul Fox paulvair at yahoo.com
Sat Dec 10 07:36:01 EST 2022

 I've done a few of these over the years. They were all late models. It's a considerable amount of work. However, these were the other way PG to stick. The whole powertrain must be removed. All the bits in the tunnel must be swapped. Then a fair amount of interior has to be removed or changed including the carpet and dashboard. Almost always there the "while I'm in there" jobs that crop up as you go. It can take days to complete so if you're paying someone to do take this into consideration.Paul Fox
    On Friday, December 9, 2022 at 10:28:10 PM EST, Frank DuVal via VirtualVairs <virtualvairs at corvair.org> wrote:  
 Buy a parts car, set it beside your car and transfer all the small parts 
you discover are necessary.

Find someone wanting a 4 speed in a 64 and trade parts. Still park them 
next to each other to do the swap.

Easier to go to Powerglide than the other way!

Frank DuVal

On 12/9/2022 3:48 PM, Tom Berg via VirtualVairs wrote:
> Folks,
> Am thinking of converting my '64 Monza convertible from a 4-speed (itself a conversion from the original 3-speed) to a Powerglide. Could you please share any thoughts and advice?
> --Tom in Ohio
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