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The 727 TorqueFlite used in '62-'64 model year passenger car applications has a unique circular output flange (upper parts) and uses a specific ball-and-trunion driveshaft with a matching circular companion flange. In 1965, Chrysler switched to a slip yoke (lower parts). If you have the early type, don't fret. Both designs are fully capable of handling well over 800 hp and were reliably used in everything from Race Hemi Super Stockers to blown fuel-altered wheelbase Funny Cars.