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For sale: Halibrand Indy 2-speed transaxle/quick-change case
Posted to Classifieds Forum on 2/24/2013 3 Replies

$1,000.00

Depending upon how you look at it, this case for either a quick-change or a transaxle. The Halibrand Shrike Indy cars that used this (~1964-1965) didn't have transmissions, so it could be considered a transaxle, but it's also been used in hot rods as a 2-speed quick-change rear end--check out

http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=398845&page=2

Other photos of complete assemblies can be seen at:

http://www.can-amcarsltd.com/part/Halibrand-2-Speed-Transaxle

http://www.fantasyjunction.com/cars/208-Halibrand-Shrike%20Indy%20Car-Ford%20Twin%20Cam

http://www.yourepeat.com/watch/?v=vArNFyUbgz8&feature=youtube_gdata

This is the case only, with the shifter box. I haven't measured anything, but it looks straight and undamaged. The above links contain all the [Redball Halibrand Shrike Indy Car] information I could find about it. I have a few more photos and I can take more if needed.

[Clipping] [Model number] [Shift box and fork] [Shift box] [Housing, right side] [Housing, left]

Bob Malpede
Technician/Consultant
Bay Automotive Consultants
Santa Cruz, California, USA

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