Check the linkage and make sure you havent diconected anything. If the engine revs and kinda crawls real slow it might be the clutch. If it revs and desnt move and all your linkage is good it could be your tranny.
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time to put a new tranny in that jet most of the time it costs to much to repair it then replace it i have done may tranny rebuilds and replacements to me i would just tell you to replace it at least you will get a better warrentee and stuff
sounds like 3rd gear clutch is out (it might have blew out a lip seal or something)
pull the pan c if there is a lot of black on the bottom of pan (no 3rd = no 4th either) the 3rd gear clutches are engaged along with the 4th gear clutches to make overdrive
if the tcc cable is out of adjustment it mite shift at wot (wide open throttle) max rpm (5000-5500)
if it just 1,2, neutral its probly clutches
Transmission is getting old and will start to do this more and more often. Live with it or have your transmission rebuilt. Personally, I would live with it as long as I could. 1st gear isn't bad. If it was 3rd, 4th, or 5th it would be really annoying. Just take it easy on the old transmission and don't slam gears and it could last that way for a lot longer.
push the clutch pedal all the way and see if the slave cylinder pushrod is going out at least an inch, if not replace the slave cylinder, if it does goes out, sad to say but you have problem somewhere else inside your clutch assembly