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Getrag 240 - Stockton Pnp


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There are 2- 320i's (320i not 320is) in the Stockton Pick N Pull off hwy 99. One '83, one '81. '83 missing front hubs, '81 still has em. Both radiators gone. '81 still has a 3.91 open diff, '81 driveshaft still there. I pulled the 245/5 from the '81 after first pulling the 240/5. The '83 was there first so I was going to use that gear box until the '81 came in. The 240/5 is in the trunk of the '81 with the return tag still on it as of today.

Both motors still there, 1.8 heads, not sure of mileage on '83. Odometer on '81 reads 270k+. I believe AC components are still in both. Seat photos from '81 below if you are looking to use. I think they fit our seat rails but I'm not sure.'





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