apt-get install install gnome-shell`
/home and or don't do this on a machine you really need. This might bork your install.)
I had to use fix install
sudo apt-get install -f, because of the dependencies.
Choose gdm over lightdm when prompted using your up and down arrow keys and enter.
On reboot chose gnome or Ubuntu gnome and setup Google in Accounts under Settings.
Open Applications, then gnome files and then get your google drive.
Open Applications, then elementary files make sure it is there too.
Reboot, and thereafter always use Pantheon at the gdm login and files will have your drive.
It is ugly. You may get
apt-get update complaining that
/etc/apt/sources.list has everything configured multiple times.
(You can probably delete the
*.saved files? Comment out universe and/or multiverse lines with a
#?) But on the bright side you will have all of the gnome apps after adding
Gnome- plus your Google Drive.