I have two HJ7 transmissions I’ve tried selling, but no takers. With all the other stuff I picked up last year with my 427 swap, I need to get rid of these as I’ll never use them (I now also have a pair of P44’s as back-ups). Any ideas? Can I just scrap them? Will I have to disassemble first?

Looking for any ideas. 

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Possibly, but wouln't be likely until January.

Kevin - shoot me a PM and let’s discuss options. 

As it turns out I also have a pair of Paragons with reduction gears from repower of a 41 Roamer with big block gas motors. One is reportedly rebuilt, the other is partially assembled. All hard parts present. I am about to scrap them. Like others they sit around and no one seems to want them. Located in NE Ohio.

John Brock

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GOOD AFTERNOON JOHN. I COULDNT TELL WHAT MODEL THE PARAGONS ARE. P-44 OR THE HJ7 SERIES. I WAS LOOKING FOR A COUPLE OF SPARE P-44.  THANK YOU  AUGIE

 Any help on a road trip C-6??

These transmissions are in “last chance” status. Let me know if you’re at all interested, but they’ve got to go.

Ebay?

They were for a while.  Kinda got tired of trying, but maybe I'll give it one more shot.  I just have to free-up the space at this point.  4 transmissions in one shed is at least two too many.

Matt, I'll take them if no one else will. I met you before in Annapolis. I could drive down from New Jersey Dave Bernard

Yeah - hi, Dave!  I'll send you a PM

I will be in Ocean City Md at end of month will try to hook up then. Dave

Hi Augie,

Sorry I totally missed your reply in October. They are P44. If you zoom in on the third photo you can see most of the part number. Camera flash makes it difficult.

Let me know if you are still interested.

John

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