4-speed transmission - GM rebuilt
Floor hump - GM used or repro
Console for 4 speed
Muncie compatible driveshaft - GM rebuilt or aftermarket
Bell housing - GM Used
Bell housing inspection cover - Repro
Shifter and correct ball - GM Used or Hurst Competition Plus w/ original shifter handle
Shifter linkage - GM Used or Hurst w/ Hurst Shifter Gate
Shifter to transmission bracket - GM - Used
Flywheel - GM Used or Aftermarket
Pedal Assembly and pads - GM Used for pedals, Repro pads
Neutral Safety switch - GM Used
Z-bar - GM Used
Z-bar to clutch fork rod - GM Used or Aftermarket
Z-bar frame bracket - Repro
Back-up light switch - GM used or Repro from M+H Electrical
Clutch fork - GM Used
Clutch pedal to z-bar rod - Repro
Speedometer cable - Aftermarket
Engine ball stud - Repro
Clutch pedal to z-bar rod boot & retaining ring - Boot is repro, ring is used GM
Shifter boot & retaining ring - Boot 1s repro, ring is used GM
Steering column lower support with hole for clutch pedal to z-bar rod - Used GM
Pressure plate, clutch disc, throw out bearing, pressure plate bolts, flywheel bolts - Aftermarket
Reverse lockout rods and bracket - Repro
Battery Cable - Repro fro American Autowire
Battery cable tube - Used GM
Firewall boot - Repro
You will also need to have a 4 speed crank that is drilled for a pilot bearing, or drill an automatic crank for a conversion bearing. Conversion bearing bough from Supercars Unlimited.
The wiring is simple for the clutch switch and the back up lights.
The console harness from an automatic car can be used in the manual trans console.
There are 2 push in sheet metal nuts that are used on the base of the steering column to hold the back up light switch. My auto column did not have them.
Part Numbers from V8buick.com
68" Speedo Cable - 88959477 For 68-72 manual shift cars
Clips for shift rods - 12338114 Also used on the reverse rods too
Z bar and pedal bushing - 406172 Upper bushing and pedal bushing
Wave Washers - 9428369 Used to take out play in the linkage
Lock out rod bushing (upper) - 1394293 On the steering column
Bushing, reverse linkage (on frame) - 1377083 On the "L" shaped rod
GM has discontinued the rubber bushings on the shift linkage. Theses are being reproduced.