All automotive including antique and collectible. However if the car has been modified I can only answer in general terms and maybe get you pointed in the right direction.
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Engine swaps quite often have these types of problems. Sound like you are on the right track about the throw out bearing being a bit short. Might have to go to the parts store and check out the throw out
On this car where you know the history and the mileage I would personally leave the transmission alone as long as the fluid on the dip stick is clear and does not smell burned. As far AS OTHER MAINTENANCE
The booster can cause a hard brake and diminished braking. The test that I use to give a quick booster check is simple. With the engine off press the brake pedal hard and hold it. While holding the pedal
You should be able to lock up the brakes in a panic situation. I have seen this before and there are several causes. The first is the of the brake pads used. They will all act differently. I use the top
According to my information, which is factory specs there were two ratios offered for that car. Code #1 the standard ration of 2.89:1 and code #3 which is 3.11;1.I can find no listing on that car for a