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Can anyone help me with info on what would be the oldest range of models of chevys (did I say that right?) to have a small block engine and a 200R tranny? If I were looking for a donor car (or truck).
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The Turbo-Hydramatic 200-4R was introduced in 1982 General Motors rear wheel drive, overdrive vehicles. Used primarily in Buick, Olds, Pontiac and Cadillac models, they also appeared in some Chevrolet models. This was made possible by a multiple bell housing bolt pattern found on some of the cases that allowed the 200-4R to be bolted to Chevrolet's specific bolt pattern

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The 200-4R is the tranny that was in the Buick GNX and cn be found in the Monte Carlo SS from 86-88.
 

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My son has an 85 Buick Grand national and an 87 buick turbo T Regal with the 2004r trans. Both have the duel bolt pattern.:)
 

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Can anyone help me with info on what would be the oldest range of models of chevys (did I say that right?) to have a small block engine and a 200R tranny? If I were looking for a donor car (or truck).
Thanks Gary
My '86 Monte Carlo has this combination.
 

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I have an 86 Monte Carlo SS that came that way, but I think Monte's had the 200 before 86.
My daughters 78 Malibu had a TH350.
 
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