Follow along with the video below to see how to install our site as a web app on your home screen.
Note: This feature currently requires accessing the site using the built-in Safari browser.
When you click on links to various merchants on this site and make a purchase, this can result in this site earning a commission. Affiliate programs and affiliations include, but are not limited to, the eBay Partner Network.
I bought a transmission that looked to be in similar condition as that one, been sitting out in the weather for who knows how long. Pulled the pan off and the fluid had jelled. It had strings of jelled fluid blobs hanging down from the valve body. Got a clean paint brush and cleaned off every thing inside the pan as best I could and put in new filter. Drove the car for more than 25 years , no problems.
Grab the trans and run.
I lived in Houston.....I know full
well how much water falls from
the sky in Texas. Unless you found
this block somewhere around Ozona,
I'd leave that block where it sits. It will
do well to add iron to the soil. No
valve covers, open intake, those
would be the show stoppers for me
on that motor.