So since I'm at home on pandemic leave, I was hoping to take advantage of the free time (other than dealing with the middle/elementary school distance learning stuff) to finally get around to looking at my '66 1100. Long story short, the last time this truck was registered was '97, so I'm guessing that was when my dad parked it and never looked at it again. My problem (well, the first of many) is that the trans (three on the tree) seems to be locked up. Sure, the master cylinder is bone dry, so the hydraulic clutch doesn't work, but I should be able to move the shifter without the clutch, correct? I'm minimizing trips to the store, and apparently (after about an hour of looking) don't have any brake fluid at home to try the clutch right not. Does anyone have any other ideas how to break the tranny free? Right now I don't even know if I can turn the engine over since it's stuck in gear without a clutch. The next option would be getting under there and trying to remove the drive shaft, I guess.