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Folks Of Interest Fenton 4 speed shifters

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 38 2 DR Sedan, Jun 7, 2020.

  1. Hello I bought 2 Fenton 4 speed shifters with reverse loc outs one from here on the HAMB and the other from EBay, and my question is does any one out there have any information on how the loc outs work, maybe some rebuild diagrams or exploded view. I want to see if I am missing any parts or pieces. There has to be someone with the instructions on how to rebuild these shifter, if someone does have a copy of these instructions I just needed to see how the assembly is put together, I can fab the things I need. Any and all information will be very helpful. You can PM me if you want,that would be great Thank You
     
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  2. Jalopy Joker
    Joined: Sep 3, 2006
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  3. Thanks for the bump!!!!!
     

  4. Maybe inquire over on BangShift site...........
     
  5. lostone
    Joined: Oct 13, 2013
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    How about some pics?
     
  6. I can't believe that with all the older traditional hot rodder's on here and all the different things that Fenton offered, that no one has any information about Fenton shifter's all I want to know is how the reverse loc out worked on these shifters. As far as picture's I bought the one here on HAMB, which the seller had for sale and the other was bought on EBay, so I think a lot of people already seen them. It's just weird that nobody has information about these shifters, I don't want original paper work just copies of how the loc out worked. I like older speed parts for a vintage build, sure I could put a Hurst shifter in my builds but everyone has Hurst I want to show that there were other companies out there, isn't that part of why the HAMB is here for the traditional builds. Well enough said I will make these shifter work one way or an other. Then when it's checked out it will have that wow factor that make it different. HEY BUDDY I DIDN'T KNOW FENTON MADE SHIFTERS,THAT'S WAY COOL!!!! So the search continues.
     
  7. Hoosherdaddy
    Joined: Jan 17, 2021
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    Hoosherdaddy

    How about Fenton T-handel
     
  8. So do you have one?
     
  9. Hoosherdaddy
    Joined: Jan 17, 2021
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    Hoosherdaddy

    This is the shifter
     

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  10. Hoosherdaddy
    Joined: Jan 17, 2021
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    Hoosherdaddy

    Yes
     
  11. So is it for sale???
     
  12. Hoosherdaddy
    Joined: Jan 17, 2021
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    Hoosherdaddy

    I was wondering if anyone could tell me how old it is or how rare. I've had it for years.
     
  13. I would guess as old and rare as the shifters, your the first person to post since I posted this tread, the other guys posted back when I posted the thread. I have not found any other information since than, so I'm guessing know one really know, has to be back in the 60's. I do know there were wheels, intakes, heads, valve covers, maybe some accessories, they were a old company.
     
  14. Hoosherdaddy
    Joined: Jan 17, 2021
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    Hoosherdaddy

    Thanks for your help!
     
  15. jvo
    Joined: Nov 11, 2008
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    I had a 3 speed Fenton shifter in a 55 Ford in the late 60's. Don't now anything about the 4 speed shifters, but if the quality was anywhere near the 3 speed shifter, its not worth talking about.
     
  16. ProtoTypeDesignFlauz
    Joined: Jul 29, 2007
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    I had a Fenton 500, 3 speed shifter in my "57 Chevy, back during my high school days. The chrome Fenton handle has left very happy and nice memories in the brain. Yet I bought a 3 speed Hurst shifter to replace the Fenton. For some REASON I have and do own many 3 speed and 4 speed Hurst shifters since then.
     
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  17. Your welcome stay safe.
     

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