[s-cars] Allroad info needed..... Wife wants one
tmullane at gmail.com
Sun Nov 13 20:25:31 EST 2005
Heh. Reminds me of of riding with Mom as a small child. After
driving the '68 Beetle for a few days and then getting back in the
mammoth '76 Ford LTD Wagon, she would occasionally push in the
(non-existent) clutch as we slowed at intersections. Those old wagons
had 6 or 7 inch wide brake pedals, and her "clutch action" would hit
the left side of the brake pedal. Anyone remember how touchy those
brakes were? Of course, she would lock all four wheels for a second
every time. This behavior would take the better part of the day to
correct. Good times.
Back on topic, I agree with Bob. Get the stick shift...or better yet
a 95.5 Avant :-)
Date: Sun, 13 Nov 2005 15:19:07 -0500
From: "Robert Rossato" <r0ssat0_987 at att.net>
Subject: Re: [s-cars] Allroad info needed..... Wife wants one
To: "'chris chambers'" <fastscirocco_2000 at yahoo.com>, "'Scar'"
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> Now Jenn loves a her manual transmission, but her friends keep telling
> her she should get an automatic in her next car to minimize
Sounds like comments from someone that has never driven a manual
transmission car. As we all know, it's all second nature. No thinking
involved.. Hell, when I drive a rental car I usually find myself
pressing on a non-existant clutch out of habit.
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