Yes actually. For the record and so that everyone knows, Joe suchy had those springs reproduced a couple years back and he's selling them for less than $20 shipped ($12 for spring and $7 to ship). They are brand new perfect reproductions which should last long. So no need to deal with eBay or anyone else on that one. Got the shifter out and swapped it for an unbroken shifter. Cut out new rubber gasket to go between shifter and button housing with some 1/16 thick buna n sheet rubber I had leftover of (can be bought from McMaster Carr.) Wasn't thick enough so I used two stacked together. Remade the rubber isolators for the bolts that hold the shifter unit to that same button housing. Cut one flat end off of some grommets (into a mushroom shape) and that worked perfectly. Made a new button gasket out of some charcoal foam (originally thick felt) which helped firm up the buttons. Should of taken some pictures. After I put it all together I had a little trouble getting the new shifter mechanism adjusted, was getting a little binding at first with the park lever, but was able to figure that out after removing it a second time. Works good!.. (for now !). Thanks for all the help!