Originally Posted by CCHolderinMaine
I'm assuming you mean push-start? Yes, you can push start any vehicle that has a direct engine-transmission-wheel path. You're just substituting turning the engine with the starter with turning the engine by way of turning the wheels then the transmission then the engine. An automatic doesn't work due to the viscous coupling of the torque convertor. Some newer awd cars use a viscous coupling at both differentials which will spoil your push-start plans even if it's a standard.
Up until 1959 you could start an automatic by pushing it. They took out the rear sump pump to save weight for gas mileage; saved a shole 8lbs.