Photo-blog dedicated to the things we dream about... muscle cars. Most of the photos found on my blog are found on the internet. If I can give credit I will. If you wish to have a photo removed, please message me and I will remove them.

 

1963 426 Max Wedge Plymouth Fury with the “typewriter” push button shifter. World first racing shifter. If you could count to 3 you couldn’t miss a shift.

My father say he still manages to miss a shift now and then.

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    My Dad had an Old Mercury with a push button drive similar to that, but it was in a square box design.
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