So my R/T has been in my family since it was new, it has been mine for about 2 years now. Since i've got it i've done the Getrag lsd swap, a muffler delete, a CAI, and added the Diablosport InTune. I've always known that the car would be more enjoyable with a manual but never had the chance to drive one until about a month ago where I drove 2 within a week. My girlfriend's uncle let me take his 2013 6 speed R/T for a spin, and I had the pleasure of test driving a 2015 shaker where I scared the salesman into silence when I banged through the first four gears (priceless). Lately, i've been getting bored and annoyed with my car after some maintenance and a broken driveshaft bolt cost me $2,000. This was probably my fault, but annoying nonetheless. I want to fall back in love with my car again, so i'm asking you, people of the Z, to please help me get in touch with a shop that will perform a manual swap on my car. The shops that I have been in touch with want nothing to do with the task. I really don't have the option of a trade in because the car was once rear ended when my mom was driving it, and has over 90k on the clock, killing the resale value. I don't mind spending a few thousand dollars on this, the car has a much higher value to me than its market price. Plus, it's a very low production number, 0407 to be exact! (side note, does that mean that I have the 407th 2009 Challenger, or 407th Challenger R/T?) I thought that I was so cool getting driven to middle school when the car was new. Plus, my car has a ton of sentimental value to me, being that it's my first car and I would love to keep it forever. I know this topic has been beat to death with the LX guys, but I figure that because all of the parts exist for a 6 speed Challenger R/T, that there must be some way to do the swap. Maybe with parts from a wrecked car? I would also like to do long tubes at the same time, so the shop could also charge me for installing those. Thank you all in advance for any help that you might be able to give, and for the great abundance of knowledge about my car that I have received over the years here.