@geneeakins ,Gene, It sounds like the clutch may not be fully engaging, may have oil contamination on the disc, faulty pressure plate/clutch disc worn out, release bearing hanging up, possibly sticking slave cylinder(see if clutch fork is being pushed by cylinder pin) pin/push rod should have slight free play when clutch pedal not depressed.etc.. Since I am not actually to see/test the vehicle another problem could be a broken CV/axle joint which when broke will allow transmission to free wheel and car will not move(normally there should be some noise though, grinding/rattle). To check this jack up/support the car with the one drive wheel at a time in the air and attempt to spin wheel by hand, if it spins the joint will be broken, repeat on other side to check. If CV/axles are good, have a good local tranny shop diagnose and estimate clutch repair. If wanting to do the repair yourself your really should have a good manual with you when doing the job to reference. I posted a link below which does have the good basic instructions to do the clutch repair if needed. If not wanting to attempt the repair and CV/axles are good, have a good local tranny shop diagnose both clutch cylinders and estimate clutch repair. Good luck. I hope this helped you out, if so let me know by pressing the helpful button.
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