I got back from Mountian Home Ar. yesterday with a 48 2 door complete with flathead, sideshift trans and column shift. Not sure it it's overdrive, but I also got a couple misc. trannys. One is overdrive with all the solenoids intact. Working? Well, that I have no idea. There is also an EAB (?) Mercury engine, complete with oil filter. No carbs though on either engine. The guy wanted to clean out so I got a lot of extra stuff. A (he said) special grind cam for the Merc (it is brand new in the box however), set of new copper head gaskets, starters, misc odds and ends. A pickle bar and some other valve tools. A Pickup truck bell housing, a couple clutch discs, various old gages, clocks. I also picked up some air sanders, drills, electric drills, an 8" bench grinder (HF Chinese...oh well). I had the truck's bed full, the cab full, the bed box full and the trailer full. I just hope my truck's transmission is still "full". Here's some pics. Loaded up and on the road. Well, pit stop and check the straps. Someone's man cave up on the hill behind us there. Home sweet home. The Merc engine. In looking it over more today I found a tag on the front stating it is a re-manufactured by Ford engine. Bore .040 and .010/.010 on the crank. I hope it's useable... And the much sought after pick up bellhousing.