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I received an extra transmission when I purchased my 1933 DeSoto.  It is a "free-wheeling" style.  The casing number is 601344-4, but I can't seem to find the number in any of my DeSoto parts books.  I was wondering if someone has an early 30's parts book who could identify it for me.  I was thinking about rebuilding it for my DeSoto, but I don't know if it will fit or not.  

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