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The '73 convertible has had a nice tranny fluid leak since I brought it home. I guess sitting for 16 years has it's price. I thought before I spend the cash to have the tranny pulled and resealed I'd try a bottle of Stop Leak. Well, after my 30 minute drive today I put her away and placed a clean piece of cardboard underneath. NOT A DRIP!!! SWMBO wants to sell it for a '94 GT vert, hope it holds till them..

Rick Bombard
[color:green]1971 Grabber Green Metallic Mach 1 351C/4V Ram Air</font color=green>
[color:eek:range]1973 Medium Copper Metallic Convertible 302/2V</font color=orange>
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That '70 vert I bought..has a very small leak in the C-4..let me know if it lasts..I'll pour some in

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Cant that stuff mess with the shifting? I was told not to use it on a car with a shift kit???? Let me know because I have the same problem but a a shift kit a wild tork converter.
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