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It's been many moons since I messed with a mustang shifter, but I remember it having a couple of steel bars that went from the shifter assembly to the side of the transmission, not a shifter that is feeding into the top of the tranny like the later model cars tend to have. There are adjustments that you can make to it; probably that's all it needs. A new Hurst shifter would only fix it in the sense that when you put it in you would have to adjust it a lot to get it mated up properly. It could also be that your clutch is not quite disengaging, which will make it hard to get into gear when you are not moving.
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