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post #700 of (permalink) Old 04-08-2019, 07:27 PM
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I agree with you both and I will repeat, keep your analog cars. May not be just nostalgia but it's a huge part of it. There is a part of all of us who grew up with manuals not to change, claiming there is no skill in automatics and not being one with a piece of metal. All of this is true but that all said I still love manuals but the auto is a nice as well. I still grab the "stick" in this new giulia trying to shift and accidentally putting into N because this is all NEW to me too. I am still not familiar with all the electronics and so forth. I may have to give this car up soon for an oldie. Drives me nuts but it's also neat and something I just need to learn. Nice thing is, you can have your cake and eat it too. You can own a manual analog and auto digital car. :P


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