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Be a part of hot-rodding history with genuine Hurst shifter products. Choose from manual or automatic shifter assemblies, shift knobs, shift boots, and even launch controllers for more confident and consistent trips down the quarter mile. Hurst shifters make changing gears much more precise, allowing for fewer missed shifts. Get the best that Hurst has to offer from Andy's Auto Sport.
WHY TO BUY?
Hurst has maintained its quality throughout the years, while creating new products to meet the needs of an evolving performance car market. Shifters such as its CNC-machined billet aluminum shifters have taken Hurst to a new level, while still maintaining the traditional Hurst look that has made the company a staple of the performance industry.
DID YOU KNOW?
Hurst has been in the shifter business since 1958, giving it more than half a century of experience in improving the way people shift their transmissions. The company's shifters were offered in many new performance cars, such as the Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds and AMC SC/Rambler limited-edition muscle cars, making those vehicles some of the most sought after of their era. The tradition continues today with vehicles such as the Hurst/Hemi Dodge Challenger, which comes factory-equipped with Hurst's finest.
We've always been fans of Hurst Performance products. Maybe it's the nostalgic feeling we get thinking about muscle cars banging through their gears while smoking the tires, or maybe it's just the classic look that only a Hurst shifter can provide. Hurst has been manufacturing shifters and related products since 1958 - long enough to establish itself as a legend in the automotive aftermarket industry. After all, Hurst has been the official shifter of some of the most sought after cars in America - the Plymouth Barracuda and Super Bird, the Pontiac GTO, the AMC SC/Rambler, and the Oldsmobile 442, to name just a few. Owning a Hurst shifter has almost become a rite of passage for young hot-rodders, and we love the looks we get from the old-timers when they see the familiar "H" symbol on the shift lever.