When it comes to vehicle transmissions, you want one that is known for durability and longevity. The Chrysler A-833 transmission, produced from the 1964 model year until 1986, is a stronger, more durable option when compared to the previous model. Early versions of this New Process A-833 had the flanged output for the ball-and-trunnion style universal joint, but Chrysler dropped this for 1966 models. The introduction of big-block engines powering Plymouth Barracudas and Dodge Darts in 1967 led to necessary enhancements to the A-833, including the addition of a 30-spline output shaft in the A-body transmission. Later models of this manual transmission from the 1970s feature lug-style synchronizer rings, as well as wider synchronizer strut keys. In 1976, Chrysler also introduced an overdrive version of the transmission. If you want to revive your vintage Chrysler staying true to OEM specs, then browse the large inventory on eBay for an A-833 transmission that restores your cars contented purr.