Drove it one last time on the way to auction drop off this morning -- temps in 30's, and needed the hard top on anyway since I was delivering it for good. (Never a fan of this car with the top on. Claustrophobic and hard to see out of and creaky -- hard to get in and out of also.)
It's funny, there is the most serious hardware you'll see just about anywhere at the auction, but the drop off folks really gushed over my car. It is parked in the tent behind a gigantic silver 57 Rolls Royce and beside a classic 60's Vette. Gotta say, it holds its own with anything in there. There are a couple thousand cars at the Scottsdale auctions this weekend, and it is common to see 427 Corbras and classic T-birds and all that, but it's the only Solstice Coupe in any of the auctions this year.
Anyway, I gave it a good long, loud rev before pulling the keys out. (I am driving it across the block on Friday, so I will get behind the wheel one last time.)
After that, I'll write a check to the hospital and start pestering the guys who have my car from which I am building the new project.
*Not a Fisker.
Next hint: RWD V8 with 315/35-20's on the rear to help launch.