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neilskiw
    
Was a 3 on the tree column shift available on the 1959 Impala?
 
posted: May 24, 2008
 
    
 
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street454
    
Three on the tree was not an option, but standard equipment. Anything over that would have been an option.
posted:  May 24, 2008
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northwoods
    
Correct, a three speed manual transmission was the base transmission.
posted:  May 27, 2008
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oldtimerider
    
As stated above it was the cheapest.I had a 58&59 plain jane TDS with 235 six and three on the tree.My dad had a 1963 SS Impala with 327 250hp and three on the tree.It had been ordered that way.All other SS I ever saw were four speed or automatic.
posted:  July 8, 2008
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art59impala
    
yes 3 on the tree was available for that car
posted:  January 22, 2009
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