Hello It's been a while, I know, but as always, old cars create new questions...... I've been driving recently, and noticed a few things. 1.) Every now and then, the trans acts resistive. Specifically, when putting the car in park. Every now and then, illI come to a full stop, and shift from drive to park. Normally, the shifter has a defined fear selection: a solid feeling when shifting. However, it it tends to resist. ItllI go into park, but doesn't have the same solid feel, like something's hanging up. Little effort is needed to shift from park to reverse, compared to normal use. I don't have to pull back as far, or apply much force, and the transmission shifts willingly. I don't think it should, but maybe it's normal? It has over 98 thousand miles on it, never rebuilt (to my knowledge). It doesn't do it often enough to make me really concerned. I fix it by backing up a bit, and then pulling back in. Repeat until it feels normal. I don't know, it's hard to describe without repeating myself over and over. Thoughts? 2.) I just noticed a blotch of trans fluid about 4 inches in diameter, and it's coming from the left side of the transmission. I think it's the neutral switch, but it could be pan. It appears to be original, hard to tell, everything is kind of oily. Could this be related to the previous topic? I haven't noticed the puddle before. I pulled out, and could see a definite red color, so it has to be trans. Anything severe I should keep my eye out for? I'm putting it on ramps tomorrow, and cleaning it off. Are there any common areas, aside from the neutral switch, that I'm missing? I know that's a lot, but if you made it this far, thanks in advance for any help you can send my way.