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View Poll Results: Stick or automatic?
Stick 115 65.71%
Automatic 60 34.29%
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Originally Posted by kenv View Post
I just signed over my `99 Cobra to my son today, so now I`m "stuck" with my `13 GT `vert, auto. Pretty sure I`ll be OK.
Lucky kid

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I know autos are becoming better all the time and in many cases can shift faster than we can, but I will still choose manual. I purchase Mustangs because they are fun to drive and put big stupid grins on my face, not because they are practical. Having an auto is like giving up half the experience of enjoying the car. I want to "feel" my involvement with driving my Mustang, and that means control of the gears as well as the wheel.

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I miss my stick,
It is like wanting a hot fudge Sunday with nuts & the wife says.
Here honey, I got you a single dip sherbet cone, enjoy!

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