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    Try strapping a bike rack on this ride

    Not exactly the most friendly bike transporter, but guaranteed to give you a big smile and shot of adrenaline BEFORE getting to the trail. Review was written up by our very own, sirkrameroy.

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    I have a hitch rack on my miata and I'm sure you could do the same to one of those. Didn't even know the redline version was available with an automatic trans and why anybody would want one with an auto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by canker
    I have a hitch rack on my miata and I'm sure you could do the same to one of those. Didn't even know the redline version was available with an automatic trans and why anybody would want one with an auto.
    Mystery to me, too. Maybe GM is trying to appeal to the Corvette crowd that cannot afford a vette and don't know how to use a manual tranny.
    Some pain is physical and some is mental, but one that's both is dental.

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    not a new car, just a rebadged, slightly massaged Solstice:

    http://www.pontiac.com/solstice/inde...yle=&year=2008
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    except the solstice is ugly as sin
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    fun car to drive. could never own one though. its a little cramped at 6'3".
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1996cc
    not a new car, just a rebadged, slightly massaged Solstice:

    https://www.pontiac.com/solstice/ind...yle=&year=2008
    The Saturn Sky may be a Solstice with new body panels and a stronger engine, but it outsells the Solstice 2 to 1.





    Some pain is physical and some is mental, but one that's both is dental.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dragonhead08
    except the solstice is ugly as sin
    Amen to that! The front end on the Solstice makes me cringe. The only feature I like about Solstice is the optional 18" chrome 5 spoke rims, which look a bit better than the Saturn offering.

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    if i were in the market for decent price convertible the sky would be it. Granted the s2000 and miata are better handlers but the sky just looks the business
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