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"poor business decision enthusiast car", lawl.Saturn Sky. Solstice underpinnings are a bummer, but god, the bodywork is just stunning.
I voted Sky. The SSR with the LS2 and 6 speed is interesting but they weighed about 12 tons.
Yeah, roofless ladder frame = chassis flexion ahoy.
Hey! Nothing wrong with a roofless ladder frame car!
Is Corvette frame boxed?
Why aren't the Pontiac G8 or GTO on this list? The G8 was a decent car!
IDK the SSR was cool, and a fuckload better than the 2002 Thunderbird.
It's impossible to argue with Raza. He wins. Period. End of discussion.
Every time it's a nice convertible weather day, I see at least one Sky or Solstice out....with the roof up, because the top procedure is too fucking cumbersome for them to deal with it.
Truth be told, us FOGS (fucking old guys?), well me anyway, like the original waaaay better, but still, 395 HP? OK.
The Skystace's top isn't that hard to use. I've driven and use the top on both the Sky and Solstice. Not the most ideal, but it's easy enough
Not sure I'd go that far. The first couple of model years, the SSR was a complete dud. 4800 lbs, 300 hp, and a 4AT. Slow, handled and rode like a truck (a flimsy truck), got truck fuel economy, but couldn't do any truck stuff either.
...I never realized the connection. I guess because the SSR is a convertible.
Truth be told, us FOGS (fucking old guys?), well me anyway, like the original waaaay better, but still, 395 HP? OK. :
I always thought FOG was Fat Old Guy, and often see it as FOBG (bald).