The Best Manual Transmission Cars You Can Buy Today

Being able to master the three-pedal shuffle was once a rite of passage. Before clutches went hydraulic, the feeling of the throwout bearing and the pressure plate made driving incredibly enjoyable. Porsche engineers tried to kill it, but their fans objections were heard around the world. We now live in a world where the Corvette and the Shelby GT500 are only offered as dual-clutch gearboxes, so allow us to show you the most popular manual transmission cars on the market.


1979 Ferrari 512 BB KOENIG

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A 1979 Ferrari 512BB Boxer at auction is a rare find. Even rarer is finding one that was imported LEGALLY and has the Federal paperwork to show it is street legal. This Ferrari supercar at auction with Compass Auctions was enhanced by Koenig Specials, the German tuning house renowned for modifications to luxury and exotic cars, especially for performance enhancement for Ferraris. The mods were made at the factory and this vehicle is believed to be one of only 4 Koenig Boxers produced


2001 BMW Z8 Roadster

$239,900 :: 2,397 miles

2001 BMW Z8! Rare Titanium Silver Metallic with Black Leather Interior!! This 2001 BMW Z8 comes equipped with features like Removable Hard Top painted the same color as the car, 6 Speed Manual Transmission, Push Button Start, Passenger Cup Holder, Heated Seats, Neon Brake Lights, Neon Front and Rear Indicator Lights, Xenon Headlamps, Plus Much More!!


1989 Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary

$379,900 :: 1,431 Miles

 A special 25th Anniversary Edition Lamborghini was announced in 1988 to celebrate a quarter-century of Lamborghini Automobiles. Similar to the 5000 QV version of the Countach, the unique offering sported considerable revisions credited to the designer Horacio Pagani. Among the notable changes, it included the enlargement and extension of the rear airbox intakes, OZ Racing Wheels shod with Pirelli P-Zero Tires


2011 BMW 1M Coupe $60k+ in UPGRADES! 800+HP

$69,800 :: 23,507 miles

2011 BMW 1M CoupeAlpine White Exterior over Black LeatherONLY 23K MILES! OVER $60K IN UPGRADES!OVER 800 HORSEPOWER AT THE WHEELS!FACTORY OPTIONS INCLUDE:Premium Package (Originally $2,300)Dual Power Front SeatsAuto-Dimming Rear View MirrorsiPod and USB ConnectionsBMW Assist Communication SystemsPower LumbarAmbient InteriorHeated Front Seats (Originally $500)Harman/Kardon Premium Audio System (Originally $875)VEHICLE UPGRADES:Siebon Full Carbon Fiber HoodCarbon Fiber Engine Panel DressingCustom 3″ Exhaust from Turbo to MufflerDinan Full-Flow MufflerEvolution Aluminum Charge Pipe with Tial Blow Off Valves plus much more


1954 Porsche 356 356 Pre A Bent window coupe

$229,800 :: CALL FOR MILEAGE

1954 Porsche 356 Pre-A Coupe, S/N 15857, Black with beige leather and corduroy interior. 1.5 liter normally aspirated flat 4 cylinder with a 4 speed gearbox. The Porsche Certificate of Authenticity confirms that this 356 left the factory on April 13, 1954 in these colors (very rare) and the engine and transmission are original to the car. #15857 also comes with the Karosserie Reutter certificate, confirming all build details when new and as it sits today save for leather instead of vinyl. Fully restored by Liberty Motorsports to a Concours level. This “bent window” coupe has Halus driving lights, Bosch spotlight/mirror combo and a very unique, never seen before engine hand-crank outlet below the rear license plate that allows the motor to be crank started, so cool! Comes with full tool roll, manual, jack and spare, Reutter towel and wooden Porsche fuel dipstick.


2016 Porsche 911 Carrera GTS

$168,900 :: 43 miles

We have just added to our extensive exotic car inventory a beautiful 2016 Porsche 911 Carrera GTS Club Coupe in Club Blau over Black leather and Alcantara interior with only 43 original miles. This Club Coupe is loaded with: 3.8 liter flat six, 7-speed manual transmission, exclusive color to this model, SportDesign package (revised front fascia, duckbill rear spoiler, side mirrors), black Bi-Xenon headlights with Porsche Dynamic Light System, dark tint taillights, Club Coupe door decals, 20 inch Sport Classic wheels painted in semi-gloss black with polished wheel centers and rim flanges, GTS interior package, stitching, seat belts and rev counter in Carmine Red, carbon-fiber interior trim, steering wheel w/red 12 o’clock marker


1973 Ferrari Dino 246 GT

$279,500 :: CALL FOR MILEAGE

Coachwork by ScagliettiChassis No. 04984European Delivery *Please note that this vehicle is titled 1972 One of Only 35 Dinos Ever Finished in Verde Pino Metallizzato, Desirable European Specification Originally Delivered to Italy, One Owner for Over 35 Years, Offered with Books, Tools, and Extensive Records/History File, Documented by Ferrari Historian Marcel MassiniCompleted at the Ferrari factory in March 1973, this desirable European-specification Dino 246 GT was originally finished in Verde Pino Metallizzato (106-G-30) with beige leather upholstery and equipped with Cromodora wheels, instrumentation in kilometers, and manual windows. 


2018 Porsche 911 GT3 Touring

$208,575 :: 5,807 miles

INCREDIBLE SPEC! – $208,575 MSRP – $62,925 IN OPTIONS

2006 Lamborghini Murcielago

$339,900 :: 3,030 miles

Monterey Blue with Bi-Sportive Nero Perseus (Black) and Avorio Lilium (Creme) Leather Interior! Only 3,030 miles! Showroom Condition! You will NOT find another 6-Speed Manual 2006 Murcielago Roadster like this on the Market Today!! Additional upgrades include: 6-Speed Manual Transmission, Bi-Sportive Dual Color Interior, Upgraded LP640 Hermera Style Wheels, Yellow Brake Calipers, Black Leather Dashboard, Contrasting Stitching throughout


2020 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4

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2020 Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 RWD 6-Speed Manual Chalk 


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