The Two Speed Power Glide Vs. the 350 Turbo Transmission?

Answer GMs first "shiftless" automatic transmission, the Powerglide transmission, was introduced in 1950. Since that time, GM has expanded from the original two-speed transmission to three-speed automatic... Read More »

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How to Identify a Turbo 350 or Turbo 400 Transmission?

The General Motors TH 350, introduced in 1969, was developed by Chevrolet and Buick. It was used in GM cars and trucks through 1984 with small-block engines. The TH400 transmission was first used i... Read More »

Power Glide Outdoor Cordless Tools?

A popular line of inexpensive cordless outdoor power tools is Power Glide. For outdoor building and property maintenance tasks, they provide good value for the money. The Power Glide family of cord... Read More »

How to Tell a Turbo 400 Transmission?

The Turbo 400 transmission was first introduced in 1964 to power the larger GM brand cars. It delivered higher horsepower than many of its competitors, and as a result it was used in both tow truck... Read More »

How to Tell a Turbo 350 Transmission?

The General Motors Turbo-Hydramatic 350 transmission was the workhorse of the GM V-8 fleet from 1969 until the late 1980s, when GM replaced it with the overdrive 700R4. One of the most common engin... Read More »