I'm not sure what you're trying to do; it seems like you're trying to use a pool for outside IP. Lets take it back a notch and just make a simple nat to allow traffic out. You have two nats.. remove the auto nat on the network object... OR.. add it back and remove the manual nat.. one or the other.
Manual NAT Policies (Section 1)
nat (inside,outside) source dynamic any interface(this will nat the inside network and use the outside interface Ip for translations.)
If you want one machine to have a specific outside IP and it's the only host that lives on that IP like my mail server; you'd do this and then create associated acl's. A NAT and it's ACL are like a left and a right hand, they go together. If you want more than one host to share an IP.. Use an Object group in the nat statement. The FW will track the connections.. seen by 'sh xlate'
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