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Ann Arbor Adventure Club Message Board › driving a stickshift

driving a stickshift

Hunter
user 9485394
Ann Arbor, MI
Post #: 3
Just seeing if there's any interest in people learning how to drive a stickshift. I have an older car that people can use, standard 5 speed, and it won't be around forever. Benefits of a stickshift: 1. vehicles are approx. $500 cheaper. 2. better gas mileage. 3. more power. 4. less maintenance (as long as you're easy on the clutch). The site will probably be some random high school parking lot.
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