I have a 94 (actually 93) 900 convertible. One morning recently I went to drive it and found that the clutch was completely slack. No resistance. Obviously not working. I had the car towed and the shop--after disassembly--prescribed replacement of my shifter (bent), my clutch, the throw out bearing and the slave cylinder. Here's my question: There were no warning signs--the gear shift worked fine, clutch fine, etc. the night before. Could it be that someone with a strong vehicle literally pushed my car during the night? I park on a level street where parking is sometimes hard to get, and I just leave it in gear (not using the parking brake). I'm thinking, could someone have pushed this in-gear car 4' or 5' feet, putting pressure on the front wheels to turn, and caused this damage? I could understand how the repair shop could recommend a new clutch and bearing, etc, as the car has about 100,000 miles. But a bent shifter? The repairman said that when the car came in the transmission was completely stuck in first gear (usually I leave it in reverse, but maybe I didn't this time); he was unable to shift into neutral. Advice here? Lawrence.