Soo I bought a puddle jumper ('89 Toyota Camry) a couple weekends back... The guy i bought it from fried the clutch so I put a new one in and it drives and runs great... the only thing is it leaks oil... every time i drive it and leave it parked it will leak about a 1/8 cup to about 1/4 while it sits... but when i check my oil level its still in the safe area on my dip stick, I know its oil cause the tranny fluid is red and this stuff looks and smells like oil... The guy i bought it from ( a coworker) said He doesn't remember it leaking oil... So could in the process of putting in the clutch is there something that if the tranny was not put back on correctly cause the engine to leak oil? My brother inlaw put the clutch in for me, and hes in the process of moving so he doesn't have time to look at it right now... I also bought this car for 150 and the clutch was 119 so for $269 i got a running car that is a good work commuter car.... So the oil leak really isnt that big of a deal i guess... id just like some input.... and the car has 196k miles on it... perhaps its just cause its old?