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    Default 404 Fulray floor shifter

    I came across this close-up of a Fulray floor shifter mounted in a Swiss 1963 404 Cabriolet with the serial number 4495730. It's the first time I have seen one of these so clearly. Does anyone know what the small lever next to the shifter is?

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    maybe the hand brake?

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    Reverse lockout release ?
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    ?? Overdrive - ( sorely needed in any fast 404 )

    Hard to do with any known 404 anatomy though and I am not aware of any units

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    O/D would be nice but how would you fit that in....truncate the propshaft and torque tube? And how would the rear axle location be assured? Bit of a mystery really. I can ask a Swiss contact I have to investigate....
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    The pattern on my 71 ute with fulray floor shift is the traditional "H": Top left is first, bottom left second, top right third, bottom right fourth; with reverse to the right and down.

    So, the pattern appears different as well as the second lever.
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    I reckon that shifter is for the C3 box.

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    It is a 63 cabrio so it would have the c3 box for sure

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