Ford stopped using the C6 in the 1996 year although there were millions of automobiles that had this brand of gearbox installed
Houston, TX (PRWEB) April 24, 2015
Classic automatic transmission assemblies are still supported through some American retailers to provide support for pre-1990 motor vehicles. The Preowned Transmissions company is now selling Ford C6 transmissions that are in second hand condition from its 3-speed inventory this year at http://preownedtransmissions.com/used-ford-c6-transmission.
The used C6 assemblies that are currently for sale are expected to offer a resource for Bronco, Mustang or F-Series truck owners nationally. Someone who explores the units that are now being offered will be able to sort the inventory by the variety of bell-housings and engine size compatibility at the POT website.
"Ford stopped using the C6 in the 1996 year although there were millions of automobiles that had this brand of gearbox installed," said a PreownedTransmissions.com rep.
The used transmissions that are now on sale in the Ford 3-speed inventory are mixed between automatic and manual hydraulic builds. Car or truck owners as well as auto body mechanics can now find a match for one of the stick-shift or automatic C6 builds by accessing the inventory parts finder on the homepage.
"We now support a larger base of customers that includes drag racers, car tuners, car restoration companies and auto body shops buying Ford replacement transmissions," said the rep.
The Preowned Transmissions company has enabled a one-touch checkout tool for 2015 that speeds up the order processing for in stock assemblies. Once a price has been quoted, a person can easily being the process of checkout or call the customer service department to place offline orders.
The PreownedTransmissions.com company provides one of the top searchable inventories of used automatic and manual gearboxes that is for sale in the United States. The company has integrated brand new sets of search tools on its automotive website this year. The PreownedTransmissions.com company invests into new partnerships with auto parts suppliers to help revise its available inventory that consumers purchase from annually.