WTB Solstice GXP 5 speed manual only
Had one when new, shouldn't have let it go.
You have a nice one you want to sell? I am looking to replace my 2007 Sol GXP 5 speed manual. By June 21st I'd like to have a nice GXP again. I'm flexible on year, but a 'Cool' (Liquid Silver Metallic) '07 Sol GXP 5 speed with the GMPP turbo upgrade and no rear spoiler was what I gave up like an idiot and so that's my target; however I am flexible on color and options save for manual transmission. I do not know how to drive an automatic and don't care to learn.
I was in car restoration for 20+ years as an active hobby, in which I used to remove an engine to clean the firewall for example or chase down a factory oversize lifter, but I do not want a project Solstice. I do understand that these are used cars now and they can't be perfect any longer, and I am quite familiar with these cars and the common minor issues on these cars such as the fender mash.
I am a serious car guy and have been since the '80s and I consider these cars serious fun. I take care of my cars and service them correctly. I'm also not a kid playing with Daddy's cash who will abuse your baby and laugh about it on Twitter or make a "What happens when you fill a Solstice crankcase with mayonnaise?" video featuring your GXP on Youtube.
If you have a Sol GXP five speed in good condition and you want to sell, please let's talk. Life is short and correcting the mistake of letting my Sol GXP go is on my short list of to dos. I have looked at and driven pieces of junk and I have looked at OK cars that had too high an asking price and I've chased a few online leads but those cars weren't the right one.
Maybe you have the right one. Let's talk.
Driving and working on a Sly 2008 Solstice GXP 5spd 260/260, and the worst-built 2012 LS3 Camaro 1SS to escape from Oshawa.
Gone but not forgotten:
2007 Solstice GXP 5 speed 290/340
Stored and needing to part ways with a 1970 Skylark Custom convertible I have owned since 1989 and turned into a GS455 clone. 462 with 7/8 primary headers, adjustable roller rockers, TA Performance Stage 1 aluminum heads, auto, Chevy 12 bolt, 3.31:1. Sadly a project car now but a driver from '89 to '06.
Last edited by ChrisBlair; 02-01-2019 at 02:07 PM.