The 1960s were an amazing time for domestic auto manufacturers. Virtually everyone that was in the business was working at full speed to fill orders and meet demand levels from a country that was booming financially and wanting cool cars in their driveway. One of the interesting phenomena of that period was the marketing of things that were essentially the same between multiple brand and platform models and across different manufacturers. Limited slip rear ends were one of those things that EVERYONE offered but all had a snappy name for. How good a muscle car guy are you? Can you call all of the different names used by manufacturers.
Ford, Chevrolet, Buick, Cadillac, Chrysler, AMC, Olds, and others all had different names for their differentials. We all know the ever present “posi” terminology that generated from one of these companies but do you know the others? This is a hardcore question and we think that it will take a real muscle car freak to answer it correctly and first so the first guy that can correctly name the limited slip differential from all of the major American manufacturers in the 1960s will win some hot sticker action. If we missed anyone above, make sure to put them on your list. First, most accurate and complete list wins the prize.
BangShift Question Of The Day: Can You State EVERY 1960s Manufacturer’s Name For A Limited Slip Differential?