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The NP435 is going in this week... this is what it looks like alongside the Ford 3-spd that it's replacing...

One thing is for sure, I won't be able to bench press this one into place...
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Good to see you got that adapter sorted out, Ulysse...

Your EB will be a big hit with all the kids in your neighbourhood, with its realistic impersonation of a cube van ;-)

Chris (learned to love his NP435)
 

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Good to see you got that adapter sorted out, Ulysse...

Your EB will be a big hit with all the kids in your neighbourhood, with its realistic impersonation of a cube van ;-)

Chris (learned to love his NP435)
Thanks... I'm sure it can't be worse than the "three in the tree" with its' thirty year old linkage that I had in there…
:D

Did you recognize the EB 6cyl (gray) adapter?

This might show it better...
 

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All the prepping and painting...........and you missed the T-case???:D :D
 

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When you gonna have that crate back on the road, anyway?

Chris
Soon, I hope... we managed to get the NP in last night, albeit after an impromptu 2x4 body lift, a badly cut knuckle, and a lot of swearing... :D

As far as it being streetable, I'll need to sort out the body lift, lengthen the rear drive shaft, new tires, and a carb adjustment.

Eventually, I'll need a soft top of some sort, rhino line the interior, and finally a paint job.

Money and time should take care of most of the above...
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