I just put a new clutch in my '72 gt, but I have two springs left. The car runs and drives fine, except the throttle sticks open, which I had predicted since I am pretty sure that one of the springs is from my throttle linkage. My carburetor is a Webber (32 I think). I will try to attach a picture of the two springs. I believe the small one is for the throttle linkage, whereas the larger spring was on the ground immediatly after I got the transmission out. It could have been there already, as I was working in another guys area at the auto shop at which I work, but some suggested it might go on the shifter. Please, if anyone knows where either of these springs go (especially the throttle linkage spring), reply to this post, as this is my daily driver since my '55 chevy won't start.