Some Mavericks had them in the 70s.
I once borrowed a friend's car and was a little confused to have a clutch and an auto transmission shifter on the column. Hey wait, there's no PRNDL indicator!
I learned on my Dad's '39 Chevy with a vacuum-assisted shifter. You couldn't budge that thing unless the engine was running. We actually broke off the plastic extension on the lever by trying so it was a little hard reaching around the steering wheel, but we managed!
I've also got a Green Monster C-1. Love it but it is a tad heavy to carry around.
Take a look inside the bellows, those are known for the inner bellows coming unglued & sagging inside.
Otherwise, those cameras are bombproof. Plus, if you decide it's too heavy, they take the same size lensboard as a Deardorff.
Real cameras are measured in inches...
This is a large format forum, but I must get in on the old car chat. My first was a 1964 chevy chevelle with a rotted out floor and straight six engine. I didn't fix the floor for about six months, so when I went out on a date with my girlfriend, she had to hold her feet up. My friend had a dodge dart with slant six. I think it was a 68. We sprayed the whole car with hot rod black spray cans. The dart was the concert car. She took us to see the Allman brothers, Led Zepplin, Pink floyd and many other bands. Man, those were the days.