Five awesome cars you can buy right now on Dubicars (Manual Edition)
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2014 Chevrolet Camaro Lingenfelter
This thing is loud enough to wake the dead
Does the SS not cut it for you? Need something with a little more power? Then this is your next Camaro.
Sporting a body kit which is lovely throwback to muscle cars of the 70's, this Camaro stands out in more than one way. With bespoke alloys wrapped in sticky rubber keeping the two-door coupe firmly planted to the ground, the engine features a hulking supercharger and equally large air filter.
The best part, the monster of an engine is connected to a 6-speed manual gearbox driving the rear axle.
It's even got navigation incase you miss the turn off because your enjoying yourself to much. The rest of the interior is pretty much the same although it does have a unique clear coated trim on the door panels and dashboard.
2001 Lamborghini Diablo VT 6.0
We need more purple sports cars
Getting your hands on a Diablo VT is no easy task but this is the UAE, of course one is bound to come up for sale at one point and here is one of them.
Sporting a revised front end with larger air intakes, the VT has smoother panels, 5-hole "phone-dial" alloy rims with brembo brakes and one wicked exhaust system.
Connected to a 5-speed manual gearbox is a a 6.0-litre V12 petrol engine rated at 550 horsepower which allows one to sprint from 0-100 in 3.6 seconds and it was one of the first Lamborghini's to speed past the 300 km/h bracket.
Due to their collectibility, now is the perfect time to get your hands on one.
2017 Dodge Viper ACR XTREME
Does the Viper need to be more extreme? Of course it does!
This US spec example is incredibly rare and very aggressive thanks to GT racing inspired body kit and deep grooves cut into the body work.
It's also got a mammoth of an engine with 10 cylinders lined up in a V formation and an 8.4-litre displacement pushing out a cool 645 horsepower. Connected to a six-speed manual box, the Viper launches from 0-100 km/h in 3.5 seconds before hitting a top speed of 284 km/h.
And if you want to push yourself to the limit, the vehicle has a Timer app installed in the media system for you to time yourself.
Dodge have unofficially discounted to the Viper for unknown reasons, so now is the perfect time to pick one up as over the years, demand for these monsters will only go up.
1989 Porsche 930 Turbo
Who doesn't love a Porsche with a manual box?
Built for the '89 model year, this black example was one of the last 930 Turbo's built and is in fantastic condition and has been well taken care of by it's three previous owners. It even has full service history form Porsche in Germany.
With four black leather seats and a fully kitted it put dashboard it's fun for everyone. But the icing on the cake is the flat-6 air cooled engine connected to a G50 5-speed manual gearbox allowing for a 0-100 km/h time of 5.1 seconds.
Not only does it have a 5-speed manual box, it also has a whale tail, it's almost the perfect car.
1977 Nissan Patrol
An icon of the region
This plucky little off roader has enough room for a family of seven and is capable of an off road excursion or two thanks to a 4.0-litre inline-six petrol motor, a manual box, two-speed transfer case with part-time four-wheel drive.
The 60 series as it is commonly referred to was in production for a staggering 20 years and is the second longest run of any Nissan Patrol series. The Y61 is the longest and has been in production since 1997.
There aren't many Patrol's floating around from the 70's in this condition.
Let us know what you think is the best of the lot!