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    Quote Originally Posted by happyscrappyheropup View Post
    I did a search on '15-18 manual trans M4s under 200 miles from my house. Several were marked incorrectly, but these were confirmed by pics. A mix of coupes and convertibles...

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    It definitely seems like coupes are easier to find with a manual, definitely. But if I go fixed roof, I think I would prefer a TT RS or an S5 coupe. If I'm giving up open air, I might as well get bad weather capability.
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    Quote Originally Posted by happyscrappyheropup View Post
    It's not just Autotrader here. I use cars.com, cargurus.com, autotrader.com and truecar.com when shopping. They all have issues with sellers and dealers marking sequential transmissions as manuals.





    I have been shopping for a 997.1/.2 911 S for the past few months. I've driven almost a dozen cars, each of them were manual transmission (not all were C2S, some were base C2, 1 base C4). I haven't driven any M4s, but I've seen at least 6 3 pedal cars I've seen in my search for a 911. Have you looked at C7 Corvettes? Lots of 7 speed 3 pedal cars out there for reasonable money if you're looking for a hot 2 seater.
    I haven't really set a budget yet, but I was looking around C7s and it doesn't seem like they've dropped as much as I thought they would have with the C8's announcement. 911s are also easily found with a proper manual, but I fear anything in budget will be a bit old for me for a daily driver. One of the appeals of a Boxster 981 would be that it's much more recent, and then if you look at the Mustang, you get even newer for really reasonable prices. Even the F-Type is plenty new and around the same price as an older 981. The Mustang is a serious used value, though.

    I originally just wanted to swap my Z4 for a Z4 M Roadster of the same vintage, but I do think I want to dip into some of the new tech. Things like navigation and bluetooth are really nice to have.
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