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  1. I would get both the gearbox and driveshaft to your residence for $750. That includes the crossmember, clutch fork, bearing and shifter.
  2. I could get it to you for $100 with fedex ground. If you haven’t replaced the bearings I highly suggest doing that on a 40+ year old gearbox. I have done a couple rebuilds on the 60 series transmissions. The 63 in my garage was opened to look at the gears which are in great shape but bearings should be replaced. Those parts are available. I wouldn’t sell nor buy one without knowing how it looks inside. Got pictures if your interested.
  3. If you need a spare 63a, let me know got one in the garage. Gears are in excellent shape and comes with the cross member.
  4. Don't think the pictures are showing up. Try this link: https://we.tl/b-acVEd1B1CI
  5. See if this works. https://we.tl/b-JFoPQqAc7J
  6. Hello. Located down here in Fort Worth TX.
  7. Is this what your looking for? Pipe came off of a 1981 210 car. A15 engine. Should be the same.

    • FOR SALE
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    5-speed dogleg transmission. Stronger than 60 series transmission and well suited for bored or turbocharged A-series engine. It uses the same input yoke as the automatic transmission so driveshaft from automatic car will be required. I have rebuilt A series transmissions and this was opened to show the condition of gears which are excellent. No binding or unusual wear. It has been reassembled and ready to ship, which will be an extra cost. Located in Fort Worth, TX. Shipping will be from 76135 zip code.


    Fort Worth, Texas - US

  9. Yes trying to get to the 82HP. I believe the donor '82 210 car has 65HP. So the '75 and '76 210 cars that are sitting in the salvage yard are rated to produce 82HP and will bolt on to an A15 engine? If that is the case, I can pull off the head along with the intake manifold on a free weekend. Any idea what models have the 1200 GX head? I might be on the lookout for one of those if its not to difficult to obtain. Dont plan to beef up the motor with boring out and oversize pistons, just would like to get a good breathing head with a little more kick while I have everything on the workben
  10. will do. thx. but will check back later to see if anyone has provided good information.
  11. Ok, I'm learning alot already. Good to know that both 5 speed trannies work well with Midget. This being an '82 then has the regular shift pattern. Any cylinder head info would be good to know as well. I will be doing a complete rebuild and will be looking for the right head if that is the direction I need to go.
  12. DatzenMike, Thanks for the response. Down in here in Fort Worth, TX and will be picking up the 210 shortly and use it as a donor car for my MG Midget. Yes I am one of those MG guys wanting to take advantage of japanese technology. I noticed other MG owners coming on to this forum and not being runoff and appreciate that. I have a long road ahead of me, but the british motor and tranny are worn out and would rather spend the money on a conversion and make the car road worthy at highway speeds. This 210 has the infamous 5-speed and look forward to getting my project underway. Someone
  13. New to the Ratsun forum. I have a 1982 210 with A15 engine and looking for better performance. Are cylinder heads from earlier 210 models interchangeable with my engine? Someone recommended a cylinder head from the 70's since they have better compression. A local salvage yard has a '75 and '76 210 and planned to pull the head off of one and get it machined. Any responses would be appreciated.
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