Need Help. Car is a 1941 Mercury, original Flathead and banjo rear end. A few weeks back, I got in to take the ol' girl to work. Running a little late, and knowing that I'd have to take the long way, without a toll-pass, I stepped on her a little as I left the driveway. When I approached the stop sign, noticed a noise coming from under the car. I pressed the clutch in, to change gears, the noise would disappear. Made the next stop sign, and was having issues shifting into gear, (noisey underneath still - only when stopped, until clutch was pressed.) Immediately, took her home, assuming the clutch was going/gone... Figured I would work it out when I got home. Motor would run fine, but the car sounds like the tranny/torque tube is wanting to engage in neutral. Spent the next week or so trying to troubleshoot the noise, but probably rushed, again, assuming the clutch was a goner. (the car sat for quite a few years before I got it, after driving it pretty hard for a couple of years, figured it made sense that we'd be at this juncture.) Fast forward, Pulled the motor and replaced the clutch and clutch assembly, throw-out bearing, whole nine yards. Slap the piston pusher back in and fire her up, noise is still there. Only, now the clutch pedal is no assistant to dampening the ear torture. Why would the tranny be engaging the drive shaft? I can hear it is coming from the torque tube/rear end. The car is not moving, but the noise assures me that something is out of whack. Has anyone else had this issue? I'm just looking for any advice, before I pull the rear end and torque tube assembly, after using the clutch as an excuse to cosmetically upgrade the engine bay, time and money are almost a means for divorce at this point...lol. And I'd miss my TV. Thanks for your time and input.