Well my buddies have been giving me a hard time about putting a “pussamatic” in my 60’s style drag car 1948 Plymouth. So I was looking through Craigslist and found a decent priced A833 and aftermarket cast steel bellhousing. I went up this past Saturday and looked at it. I was assuming that it had an Ansen or Wedge Engineering one, but It turned out that the bellhousing wasn’t an aftermarket one at all. I made the guy an offer and brought it home. I got the trans bellhousing inspection cover and a Hurst Competition Plus Shifter. When I started looking at it I figured out It was a factory Chrysler one, and it turns out that the bellhousing is from a 1964 Stage III Max Wedge car. According to the internet there were only 126 four speeds total between Plymouth and Dodge in 64. I don’t know how to tell what the trans is out of other than the fact that it’s a 64/65 because of the fixed oddball yoke. Is there anyway to tell if this trans was from the same car? Is this thing worth too much to use? I’d kind of like to have this in my car, because of what it is, but if it’s worth a bunch, then I guess I’ll let it go and find something else.