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crkdutch
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Dec 24, 8:59pm - #448670 
Is it Possible?

I own a 2000 celica gt auto and I really want to make it manual.
How exactly can I do this? Is it possible to buy a 6 speed gts manual trans on ebay (or anywhere i can find one)
and plant it into my car? Will it require many mods or is it direct bolt on?

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crkdutch
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Dec 24, 10:17pm - #448671 

my cars automatic, but i want it to be manual.

Is it possible to buy a 6 speed manual transmission from a gts and install it to my 1zzfe? Does it require a lot of work & other mods or parts or is it simply bolt on?

If you dont suggest the 6 spd gts trans then is it possible to get a manual gt transmission install to my car?

I cant find any posts, threads or info about this so i was hoping someone could help me out. Thanks!

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