I searched and people don’t seem to dig them the way I do but between my 1949 Chevrolet half ton’s floor starter and the column shift, it’s pretty much undriveable for the majority of the public which suits me just fine. I recently made a reduction in length to the column shifter arms to accommodate a 1962 261 engine with a Clifford intake. Here is the present 1956 235 with the shift arms reduced in size. Here’s a picture of a stock Reverse/First arm for comparison. I moved the pivot hole 1 1/4”. These pivots are worth their weight in gold. Business seat, 3 o’clock, Neutral position. Reverse or 2nd Gear (same throw). First or Third (same throw). I cleaned out the shift box and topped off with Cornhead Grease, good for another 74 years or so. This is a non native 1969 Saginaw/Borg-Warner 3sp+overdrive shift plate. I made my own rods and used Heim joints that are smooth and easily adjustable. Shifts like a hot knife through butter on the table of a non air conditioned 1950’s Virginia home in summer.