... The tranny mount is full or crud like fluid has been spray on there and collect road debris. is there a seal between the tranny and tailshaft housing?
Get under the car, and clean it with a degreaser, like gunk, and spray it off.
Don't use a bunch of pressure; you don't want to push water into the tranny.
Don't use brake parts cleaner, everything will rust.
You will be able to see where it's coming from after you drive it again.
If you grab the rear yoke where it goes into the tranny, and can move it at all, the bushing is probably bad.
Do you still have a stock driveshaft?
If so, you should buy an afteramrket driveshaft, and a new tailshaft housing that has the lube mod; I think Darrin sells those.
That already has a bushing in it, and fixes the reason they fail.
I bought driveshafts thru a group buy, and it's been years ago, but I would recommend PST in florida.
They honored the group buy price for years... Never hurts to ask, but...
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