In 1970, Chrysler introduced some big changes for the Dodge and Plymouth brands. The first was the all new design of the Dodge Challenger and Plymouth Barracuda models. The second was that these E-bodies and also B-bodies could be had with a must have option, the Hurst Pistol Grip shifter. Hurst and Chrysler engineers had been working together for some years previously, but the new "Pistol Grip" was something of a revelation in the automotive industry. It became one of the most iconic features of both the Hurst brand and the Dodge and Plymouth cars back then. Today, we're carrying on the tradition and still offer the iconic Pistol Grip shifter handles that still use most of the same design and tooling that was used on the early Pistol Grip shifters, to manufacture these reproduction Hurst Pistol Grip handles and sticks. Using most of the same materials and construction methods but with one main difference; these reproduction handles incorporate Hurst's standard 2-bolt connection. These handles will fit on ANY Hurst aftermarket shifter that has the Hurst standard 2-bolt connection for the shift stick. These shift sticks will look right at home in any number of Mopar cars, from a 1968-1970 Dodge Charger, Plymouth Roadrunner, GTX and SuperBee, to any other number of classic cars equipped with an aftermarket Hurst Competition/Plus shifter, or a Hurst Billet/Plus 6-speed shifter. Add some history to your ride!
Dimensions: 20.25-inches tall x 8.25-inch set-back.
Will fit any Hurst Shifter with Two-bolt Stick Attachment
Simulated Wood Grain Pistol Grip Side Plates
Perfect for 1968-1970 Mopar B-body Cars
Mopar 4-speed Pattern on Top of Shifter
Iconic Hurst Logo on Both Sides of Stick
High Luster Chrome Finish
Automotive Item Grade
3/8 holes on 7/8 spacing
Chrome Plated Steel
California Proposition 65 Required
This part is legal for sale or use on Emissions Controlled Vehicles, Uncontrolled (Non-Emissions Controlled) Vehicles, and Racing Use Only Vehicles because it does not affect vehicle emissions and is not covered by emissions regulations.