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Old 01-18-2013, 07:32 PM
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I've sold my 'Vette and have for sale one of the first (I think) generation MGW shifters:





The rubber boot is ripped, hence the duct tape, but the shifter is in good working condition.

$130 shipped for the shifter - Shifter SOLD!, and $30 shipped for the shift **** - **** SOLD!.

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Originally Posted by VTME13 View Post
I've sold my 'Vette and have for sale one of the first (I think) generation MGW shifters:





The rubber boot is ripped, hence the duct tape, but the shifter is in good working condition.

$130 shipped for the shifter, and $30 shipped for the shift ****.
I'll take the ****. Pm sent
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I'll take the ****. Pm sent
Sold to Mr. TT!!

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I wasn't aware there were "generations" for MGW shifters. What exactly does that mean?
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I wasn't aware there were "generations" for MGW shifters. What exactly does that mean?
They went through a few iterations of their shifter design... this being the first iteration.
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Any performance differences between the gens? Very interested
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Shifter still available!
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This is a good deal! MGW makes quality shifters. I had a first gen and it worked great.

BTW, To help out the next owner, I have the modified rubber shifter isolator boot for the MGW so you can keep yours uncut...PM me.

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