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Oh trust me, there's a sheet of heavy cardboard under the HP2 for the day that Hemi changes it's good habits!
I wanna hear the 4spd guys chime in with no leaks. Then tell me your supplier of reverse light switch
Bee and HP2 are both 4 gear...
I re-read the first post and I'm taking it as a 50+ year old Mopar. Not a rebuilt/restored Mopar. Damn straight they leak !!
mine did not leak after fighting it for yrs, new oilpan and gasket , let it set for about 3-4 months , now oil spots on the floor -dammit ray !!
A little oil blowing all along the bottom of the floors helps keep them RUST FREE! I had a bud that poured ATF all over his trunk floors, his GTO had great trunk floors!!!!!
My old truck has never leaked, but it does squeak..................
The only thing my 73 leaks is self inflicted. I forgot to cover the transmission while the engine was out and accidentally collateral sandblasted the torque converter seal. One of these years I'll get around to pulling the trans and replacing that seal that would have taken 15 minutes to do before I put the engine back in. DOH!
Two manual steering cars here with manual transmissions, one truck too. All 1970 model year. No leaks. Power steering & automatic transmissions are much more prone to leaks.
Self Lubricating Chassis system.
They're not oil spots, they're character marks.
Then why is your washer reservoir empty ?
I have a 73-year old car that hasn't dripped a drop of oil in 26-years. Someday I plan to put the engine back in it. Tom
No drops here, but been in the shop for a year. 4 years since regular driving.