Of course, unless the case is cracked. A Glide is the easiest auto to rebuild, and probably the least expensive. If you're handy, you could do it your self!
Am I the only that's tired of hearing "a Powerglide is a broken TH350"? Is a TH350 a broken 700R4? Is a six speed a broken 8 speed? Is the 8 speed a broken 10 speed? No to all. A powerglide is a reliable, easy to work on trans that is found in many many of our cars. Lots of us have no interest in replacing them. Sure, TH350, TH2004R, TH700R4, TH400, etc, swaps all bring benefits. So does fuel injection, disc brakes, better suspension, FM radio, bluetooth, XM radio, and so on and so on. Modifying is fun, I have some very non-stock cars. Keeping things original is a perfectly acceptable part of our hobby.
- two one speed trans (Volt, ELR)
- one two speed powerglide (65 Impala)
- one three speed manual (65 C10)
- one three speed auto (71 Pontiac)
- one six speed manual (96 Impala)
Two doors, four doors, wagons, and ragtops.