Thanks guys and gals!
To answer some questions:
It's a manual. We are really enjoy the interactivity of a manual transmission and I'm a little old school in my thinking that a muscle car should have a manual transmission (even though automatics have come really far in technology). It was quite difficult to find a manual car here in Texas... which will answer the Challenger Q in part...
Challenger - We love the look but it was very difficult to find one (no dealers had one except in the SRT8 version). We did drive the automatic of it and rented a automatic R/T Hemi for 2 weeks and loved it. The Challenger has a really nice retro look (which we love) but it's heavy and big in size, the mustang has a little smaller, still retro but it's more of a drivers car.
Ninjastang - LOL. That's cool. The Gotta have it Green color really changes in the sun light and it doesn't photograph well, without the sun it's quite Kawasaki green, in the sun it's more of a translucent yellow flake green.
madjak30 - We had a sporty 1988 Z24 before but this new beast is much more powerful, I can see the allure of a pony car that you have. My "first car" (I bought one before I had a car license and gave it to my brother after a week), was a 1980 Camaro V8.
As soon as I have a garage I will be installing an Airaid Cold Air Intake, which will add about 13 horsepower and 15 torque plus sound like this:
Incase the video doesn't work: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-x0U2URuYQ4&hd=1&t=2m22s
P.S. Andrea just drove it to work this morning... lucky devil.
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