Garage Sale - 1955-57 Chevy Power Steering Centerlink Conversion
This is garage sale priced because it has some scratches from shipping.
So your car has the original power steering which is a valve on the end of the centerlink. Problem is they never did work right and made switching to a newer steering box a pain. To fix your problem you just unscrew the original power steering valve off the centerlink, screw this gizmo back on and now you can add a new 605 style power steering box and still use your original power steering centerlink. Neat huh.
Q & A
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