1972 Mustang Transmission

Transmission

Update Your 1972 Mustang's Transmission and Enjoy Every Shift

1972 Mustang Transmission

Transmission

Update Your 1972 Mustang's Transmission and Enjoy Every Shift

Showing 1-20 of 470

Set Ascending Direction
Page
per page

1972 Transmission

How many times per drive do you shift your 1972 Mustang? Whether you're manually rowing those gears or driving an automatic, you want each of those shifts to be smooth. But if your transmission is showing some signs of wear and tear, then that might not be the case. Even transmissions that are operating smoothly can benefit from a simple upgrade, like a short-throw shifter or high-quality clutch kit.

Transmission Parts That Meet Your Needs

No two Mustang drivers are the same, which means transmission needs can vary greatly. That's why we carry everything from full transmission assemblies to small parts kits. For most drivers, regular maintenance is all that's needed to keep their transmission shifting. But if you're doing a full Coyote swap and need a transmission robust enough to handle 420 horsepower? We've also got solutions for you.

For drivers looking for a modern transmission upgrade, we offer conversion kits. You can easily upgrade your automatic to an AOD or your manual to a T5. These transmissions, introduced in the Fox Body era, can offer some advantages to classic Mustang owners. Both have an overdrive gear, for example. An overdrive gear is much more pleasant for highway driving, and can even save you money on fuel.

If you're interested in keeping your classic in original equipment, then be sure to check out some of our restoration parts. Shifter bezel covers can get gross and discolored over the years. Adding a new one can give your Mustang an instant appearance upgrade that you'll be able to appreciate with every shift.

Not the year you are looking for? Check out these years: 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, or 1973 for additional options.