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Old 07-17-2013, 05:47 PM   #1
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Used mgw price

So i just installed the new updated mgw short shifter and when i first test drove my car i asked the owner if it was a short shifter because it felt like one and he said no its stock so i go to change them out and looky what i found! An original mgw lol i was like d*** it man i even asked you...well anyway i got the updated one now and was just seeing how much i should sell this one for. I dont want to screw anyone but i need the $. So just checking opinions. Thanks.
Only has 36k on the car itself so the shifter should be less but i cant tell you exactly because i was told that it was stock and never checked.
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I'd ask $100 plus actual shipping. At most it'll be $13 shipping in a flat rate box.
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Thanks man. Ill bring it to mustang week seeing if anyone's interested then ill put up a craigslist ad.
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Put it up on the Corral, should sell there pretty quick. I just sold a good $300 worth of stuff over the weekend that I had sitting on my shelf since who knows when. Bullitt pedals, C&L MAF, PI intake, some gears... um... something else I already forget...yeah...
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I've never shipped anything so i was unsure how the process is lol. So i was just going to deal locally. Is it the same as mailing a letter? Stamp and go?
Lol i know stupid question but ive always dealt locally when selling stuff
And i also dont have Paypal and i doubt someone will want to mail cash..
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Ill buy it.
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Put it up on the Corral, should sell there pretty quick. I just sold a good $300 worth of stuff over the weekend that I had sitting on my shelf since who knows when. Bullitt pedals, C&L MAF, PI intake, some gears... um... something else I already forget...yeah...
What's corral
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What's corral
It's a place where you keep horses, livestock, stuff like that...
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It's a place where you keep horses, livestock, stuff like that...
...but that's not important right now
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I've never shipped anything so i was unsure how the process is lol. So i was just going to deal locally. Is it the same as mailing a letter? Stamp and go?
Lol i know stupid question but ive always dealt locally when selling stuff
And i also dont have Paypal and i doubt someone will want to mail cash..
Most ppl won't deal with you online if you don't have paypal or google wallet (most ppl use paypal). I even asked recently if I could send a money order to someone on here for a part and they requested I paypal and I did even though I'm not a huge fan of paypal. The real reason for using Paypal is because you can pay with a credit card (actual credit card not a debit card with a Mastercard/Visa logo) and that protects you against scammers due to Federal consumer credit laws. If you don't get the part or if its not as described or junk you can just file a claim with your bank and usually the money is back in your account instantly or the next day with minimal fuss. Also protects you as a seller from fraudulent money orders.

Anyway, if you want to sell locally, put it up on Craigslist and make SURE you mention what trans it is for and what year cars it came in and what submodels it fits. That's a shifter for a T-3650 so it'll fit any 2001 GT/Bullitt/Cobra with a trans code that is NOT6 (early run 01s still used the T-45 and will have a trans code of 6 on the door sticker) and any 02-04 GT/Mach 1 car. Will not fit the Termi as that came with a T-56. Idiots will still ask you if it'll fit their V6 or Honda Accord though...

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Ill buy it.
I'd sell it to this guy if he's serious.
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You said its a t3650? Is there no difference between the tr-3650 and the t-3650. Because i know the tr is on the late 01-04 gt's and the t is on 05-09 gt's?
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Yes I want to buy it
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You said its a t3650? Is there no difference between the tr-3650 and the t-3650. Because i know the tr is on the late 01-04 gt's and the t is on 05-09 gt's?
I don't know what transmission is in the 05+ but they have a completely different shifter setup so it wouldn't work in those.
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I don't know what transmission is in the 05+ but they have a completely different shifter setup so it wouldn't work in those.
This, 79-04 style shifters don't work in 05-up cars.
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If that MGW was on your car, then it's made for the TR3650 transmissions - mid 2001 to 2004.
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Thats what i was saying.
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Thats what i was saying.
Yup, I see that now...
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Ill buy it.
Hey man clear out your inbox. And to answer your question $12.35
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Hey man clear out your inbox. And to answer your question $12.35
USPS flat rate is amazatron especially shipping rear end gears cross country. Actually gears fit in the medium box...
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Hey man clear out your inbox. And to answer your question $12.35
Hey I can't clear it right now I'm at wrk but I just sent the money to u
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I went on their website and it says the TR3650 is only $180. I thought it was more expensive than that.. Maybe I'm looking in the wrong spot?
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I went on their website and it says the TR3650 is only $180. I thought it was more expensive than that.. Maybe I'm looking in the wrong spot?
You are correct 185 + 12 shipping I believe.. I picked mine up for 150
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Yup, mine was like $240 (shifter, shift knob, s&h)
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Sweet, might be next on my list. How do you guys like it?
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Sweet, might be next on my list. How do you guys like it?
Don't have it yet! tomorrow, I hope
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The MGW for our cars is pretty cheap. If my dad was to get one for the corvette it's like 400+
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Worth the money? Better than the other ss?[COLOR="Silver"]
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Worth it. Not even expensive, its a good deal
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Worth it. Not even expensive, its a good deal
Sounds good. I hate the stock shifter
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The new updated version is 100% adjustible to your preference. Its awesome
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The new updated version is 100% adjustible to your preference. Its awesome
The same one that's $180? The TR3650
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Something like that, i still have the recipe at home somewhere. Its not expensive for the quality you get
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