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We love driving, and we love the manual transmission as an integral part of the driving experience. We will not abandon that third pedal and the connection it provides with our machines. We are driving enthusiasts, and we need to save the manuals. Won't you join us? Learn how you can pledge support here: http://www.caranddriver.com/features/10q3/save_the_manuals!-car_and_driver


 


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