Just curious is all. Helps me to make a decision. Mine is intact and working fine, my wife just doesn't like the feel of it. She's used to the aftermarket Hurst Comp Plus that has stop bolts etc....
Since these originals seem to be pricey, I may just bag it and store it away and refrain from any modifications to it.
I see Hurst makes Comp Plus shifters now complete with the round sticks for the factory look. But there are 2 of them. One is more of an OEM reproduction but still has stop bolts in the body along with original looking rods. The other is Comps version of it with their rods, but still has a round stick. Oddly the OEM reproduction is cheaper. Here is a link to both. Anyone use the OEM version? I'm curious as to why the $100 price difference. They both still have the round stick.
OEM replacement from Hursthttps://www.hurstshiftersonline.com/productcart/pc/viewPrd.asp?idproduct=340&idcategory=5
Hurst version https://www.hurstshiftersonline.com/productcart/pc/viewPrd.asp?idproduct=596&idcategory=5
The biggest difference I see from the 2 is the OEM version having rods that adjust like the 69 shifter, where as the regular Hurst has modern rods and threaded inserts like every other Hurst out there (oddly that's more expensive) As long as the OEM version still uses the bushing kit on the rods I'll go that route and save $100. Can't tell in the picture. Both appear to have the reverse arm that works with the back drive linkage.