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I have a R-110 Travelall with an automatic transmission anybody else out the got a similar beast I am missing a couple of parts and would like to chat with other about them.

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What kind of automatic transmission is it? Did other light trucks have automatic transmission that early?

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Probably a Ford FMX.

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Likely a Borg Warner which I believe Ford used at first, then developed into their own transmission while IH continued to use it until the Chrysler auto replaced it in the early 1970s.

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hydramatic may be there is no park position.

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Hydramatic it likely is.  I find the Hydramatic was introduced in the R-series in mid-1954 and replaced with a transmission with a park position in the 1955 S-series.  I assume this was the B-W transmission as I see Hydramatic didn't get park until it was redesigned for 1956.  With yours, I read you have to stop the engine, then put it in reverse to lock the transmission.

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Thanks Howard  I don't have a clue how it works as when the previous owner took the engine out the oil cooler , engine adapter plate , and the torque converter and flywheel (I think it was  called a touris or something like that ) went missing. I really need to locate an engine adapter plate and flywheel.

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