Question. Recently rebuilt Turbine 300, by a professional transmission shop. Slips when warm. I'm a manual transmission owner. I know nothing of these things labeled as "auto-toe-matics". Even less .. if, in regards to a Turbine 300. Not that it matters, but 1965 Pontiac 326, coupled to same year transmission. Slips into gear, & shifts between fine, if manual shifting. Also operates fine when not manual shifted. No slipping when initially started. At operational temperatures .. it slips. Freewheels a bit, from "stand still go". Neighbor is not on forum. I realize we all like pictures. Car is back in "professional" transmission shop's attentions. 2 months now. Any information in regards to experience with these auto-toe-maticas ? Same symptoms found on later TH350/400's ? I didn't ask if fluid smelled burned. I will shortly. Car is not driven hard, just driven. Neighbor is a bit "civilized" --> original owner. Cutting up, downed trees in his yard at the moment. Can give y'all a picture of that .. maybe .. but if requested, be forewarned. I may have to model wife's bikini bottoms. The forums I visited .. prior to this fine assembly of folks .. is devoid of enthusiasm & information for these transmissions .. seemingly. Most install TH400's instead. Guessing a $2000 rebuild of his, would suggest such a replacement is not in his purview. A little high, I know. Price wise. Maybe greenery wise, too. Ha !! Not mine, but the TH400 would have been my cheaper choice. Also of note, this may skirt really close to off topic. You may delete, this thread .. if so inclined.