Buick Dynaflow Drive - Revised Edition
In 1948, Buick introduced its Dynaflow automatic transmission. Buicks were the first American cars to use a torque converter. The Dynaflow's torque converter drive had been developed as a part of Buick's production during World War II of the M-18 Hellcat Tank Destroyer. By 1954, 85% of Buicks were Dynaflow equipped. This is the 1948-1949-1950 Dynaflow Transmission Shop Manual, and we found one in beautiful, pristine, unused condition, without any Dynaflow transmission fluid handprints on it! This manual furnishes all service information on the 1948-1949-1950 Buick Dynaflow transmissions. It supercedes the 1948 Buick Dynaflow Transmission Service Manual (BPS 1.30) and all Dynaflow Transmission items in BPS bulletins issued prior to October 1, 1949. 8-1/2" x 11", Black & White, heavily illustrated with photographs, drawings and diagrams, 102 pages.
|Author:||Service Department, Buick Motor Division|
|Donor or Source:||David M. Landow|
|Cost of Reproduction:||$45.00|
|Cost of Original Document:||There are no originals of this item available.|