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  1. interrex
    01-31-2009 03:38 PM
    HI Jordan I for one have been driving a manual transmission since I was 19. I am 51 now and that is all I buy. One thing nice about a manual is not alot of people know how to drive it. So if you get a Camaro with a stick shift, you will not have to worry about other people borrowing it. Maybe that's why you mom and uncle want you to get a auto so they can borrow it all the time.. Leaving you at home with their auto.. No really it helps to develop hand and eye coordination with the brain. Then latter on if you decide to get a motorcycle you will be all set because you know how to drive a manual. left hand clutch, left foot shift, right hand front brake,right foot rear brake..
  2. Gomerr
    10-26-2008 02:03 PM
    hehe yeah, i went through all 105 videos of steven meades on youtube...stuff is no joke.

    i really dont think 2 15"s will fit easily inside the trunk without some serious work, if your wanting a beat car get a challenger as the trunk is almost 10inches wider.

    i used to have a pair of 15" soundstreams running on 6k watts, but my trunk lid and rear window blew off on the highway so after a few tickets i said no thanks to subs, lol

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