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1940 or 1941 Bellhousing #1298456 Mon Feb 11 2019 03:29 AM
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1935Masterdeluxe Offline OP
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I'm looking for a bellhousing from a 1940 or 1941 truck. I was told these two bellhousing will bolt up to a 1935 chevy master and I will be able to put a 216 motor in the car. I'm trying to replace the 207 that was in the car and frozen. Please contact me at nazariomachadojr@hotmail.com
Thank you

Re: 1940 or 1941 Bellhousing [Re: 1935Masterdeluxe] #1298495 Mon Feb 11 2019 02:19 PM
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Scubinder Offline
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Hello, I have a 1941 housing. I will not be able to pick the item up (came with other items purchased) for a few weeks due to snow preventing access to the shed it and the other items are located in. Email me at toostupidog@hotmail.com if you are still looking.

Scott

Re: 1940 or 1941 Bellhousing [Re: 1935Masterdeluxe] #1298523 Mon Feb 11 2019 05:55 PM
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tom moore Offline
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The 1947-53 bellhousing's should have the same dimensions and bolt in. I am using a 1950 bellhousing on my 41 GMC without any fit issues..

Re: 1940 or 1941 Bellhousing [Re: Scubinder] #1298560 Mon Feb 11 2019 11:53 PM
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1935Masterdeluxe Offline OP
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Thank you for replying. Email was sent

Re: 1940 or 1941 Bellhousing [Re: tom moore] #1298561 Mon Feb 11 2019 11:56 PM
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1935Masterdeluxe Offline OP
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Just woundering, if your truck is a floor shifter?

Re: 1940 or 1941 Bellhousing [Re: tom moore] #1298601 Tue Feb 12 2019 04:14 AM
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1935Masterdeluxe Offline OP
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Tom is your truck a floor shifter?

Re: 1940 or 1941 Bellhousing [Re: 1935Masterdeluxe] #1298648 Tue Feb 12 2019 04:41 PM
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tom moore Offline
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Yes. Keep in mind that the pressure plate, flywheel, fork, bearing, and clutch would have the same clearance needs found within these bellhousings.

Last edited by tom moore; Tue Feb 12 2019 04:51 PM.
Re: 1940 or 1941 Bellhousing [Re: 1935Masterdeluxe] #1300332 Sat Feb 23 2019 08:30 PM
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3 Girls' Dad Offline
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I’ve got one that you can have. It was in my 40 and had a 216 it was mounted to. It’s even been bead blasted and painted! I’m in NorCal, SF Bay Area. Let me know if you’re still looking.


Neil
1940 GMC 1/2 Ton
Re: 1940 or 1941 Bellhousing [Re: 1935Masterdeluxe] #1300411 Sun Feb 24 2019 04:58 PM
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68ironhead Offline
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I have a complete good running 207 and trans from a 1935 master located in Paso Robles, CA.
Let me know if you are interested.
Roger 805-238-3579

Re: 1940 or 1941 Bellhousing [Re: 1935Masterdeluxe] #1300494 Mon Feb 25 2019 03:26 AM
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greg s Offline
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Roger, I am in Bakersfield. I have a 36 chevy truck. Would you know if your transmission will work? I have the 4 speed ( crash box) in there right now and its trashed. I would be interested in the engine and trans if it will work

Greg
661-382-2198


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