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MidMo

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So I won’t bother anybody with the details of how I ended up with this case but I bought it out of curiosity ( and the price was right!) because during a conversation a guy told me he had a divorced ford 205, it’s clearly not and looks like a Dana 24 but it’s passenger drop. The best I can recollect GM went from the t221 to married cases, so I guess my question is did international or mopar have a variant of the Dana 24 or what am I looking at here?
 

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TBItoy

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I think you're on the right track with Dodge or International. It's def a Dana 24.

Considering Ford went from divorced Dana 24, to divorced NP205, to married 205, and Dodge & IH did the same with 205s in the 60s/70s, it's reasonable that they would have also used Dana 24s at some point in the late 50s/early 60s... plus some TC-140s and NP200s sprinkled in there too...
 
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