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Old 17 Aug 2005, 10:34 pm
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Default New Shifter

I made a RAT ROD style SKULL Shifter for my PT Cruiser. The eyes light up with RED LED's. You can view it at Look under of course PT Cruisers.
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Old 18 Aug 2005, 11:17 am
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You are the man! So do you have an autostick transmission with the top button shifter? If so how do you depress the button now?

I have my eye on a different skull shifter for my car, but have no idea how to get a non button shifter to work on the GT.
Black 03 PT Turbo & Black 94 Impala SS
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Old 18 Aug 2005, 04:16 pm
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Hello, It's not a auto stick , just a 3 speed automatic . If you've ever taken the knob off a automatic theirs a black rod that runs inside the shaft .mine is the same only longer . you just push down on the skull to shift .
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