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Old 10-01-2012, 05:27 PM   #36
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My dad asked me if i wanted a 5 spd or auto i said five speed but while he was in the hospital i tought myslef to drive it in our long drive way

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My first car I bought was a '95 GT auto. After a year I did a T-5 tranny swap to manual....and learned how to drive it home from the shop in stop in go traffic. I taught my wife how to drive manual on my modded out 89 GT and she somehow broke the clutch collar. I've tried to get her to drive the Shelby but she's reluctant to say the least. I'm not pushing the issue.

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you did the right thing. it's beter to stall out then to burn the clutch

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