Hi everyone, I've been on and off considering a SN95 but one thing is holding me back and that's the clutch. To make a long story short thanks to genetics I have bad knees that like to pop and give out at the most inconvenient of times. Cars that have hydraulic clutches I'm ok with though. I'm not sure if it's the ones I've tested but the clutch in the Mustang is a bit much. The first I tested was a sub 100K miles '96 Cobra at a dealer that was all original, pressing it in seemed ok enough but letting it back out in a smooth controlled manner took its toll only after a few times. The second I tested was a '01 GT I found on eBay that had a new clutch. When I showed up to test it out the first time I pushed it in my knee popped out and that was it, it was so stiff the seat actually moved. The only thing I can figure is it was some kind of competition clutch or the cable was catching? From everything I've read a new clutch and OE cable is important, and certain aftermarket quadrants can help. It's kind of discouraging as I don't want to buy one and then not be able to drive it most of the time. I had thought about getting a 4th gen F-body, but the rarity of the 6-speed and the engine access(or lack thereof) is annoying. Plus I have a tendency for liking smaller vehicles, as my '79 Firebird feels huge at times, and the Mustang is considerably smaller and easier to find. Not sure if I'm on a wild goose chase, but I was hoping maybe someone here had a similar predicament and could offer some insight on the matter. Thanks in advance.