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SOLD SOLD For sale is my grey 2009 Solstice coupe. It has the 2.4L, automatic transmission, leather seats and satellite radio capability with approx. 61,500 miles. I am the second owner. The first owner installed the DDM supercharger and SOLO exhaust with the dual centre tips. It has never been in an accident and I have the clean title in hand. I am asking $18,950 but am open to offers.























 

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Good luck on the sale. BTW,do you know the last 4 digits of VIN. Shadofax maintains a coupe list by VIN and we're trying to hit 200.
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Very nice car, definitely worth the price.
 

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It is originally from the U.S. I purchased it in Richmond, Virginia. I have been told by the U.S. customs that it is easy to import it back into the U.S. I believe all they do is verify that I have a bonifide customer and that the car meets emissions standards. If you are interested, I will double check with U.S. customs.
 

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The last 4 digits of the VIN 0630.
Hi MyGXP, good luck with your sale! I assume that you are ok with me adding you to the coupe list as the current owner as of now? When you sell, perhaps you can pass on to the new owner that this site is here, and we certainly can update the new owner info. if they'd like to be listed.

PS we use the little saddle bags too, invaluable for holding a little GDO, plus an MP3 player.:thumbs:
 

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Who the F cares what the seller bought the car for??? It is not relevant at all. The car has a fair market value and should be positioned as such. If the seller bought it a week ago for $1, it shouldn't make one damn bit of difference what he wants to sell it for now. If you don't agree, think about the inverse. Wouldn't it be just as logical if he bought it for $50,000 a day ago, then we should all be sympathetic and pay him 2X market price? Geez!
 

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Reminder,
the rules for discussing for sale items on the forum prohibits negative comments or discussion of the price unless the OP specifically asks for input.

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The coupe is gone. I traded it in on a 2006 RAM SRT10 yesterday.
Gone but not forgotten . ..
Can you share the dealership so people who may be interested can go there an check?
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OK, So we (my wife and I) did go test drive this Coupe. First of all I am in no way affiliated with this seller or have any interest in this car, a little more on the car itself later. So, I must say, what a great learning experience this was! Now for you car gurus, you'll probably just roll your eyes but for someone like me, who is mechanically inclined but not very experienced or maybe more never really payed attention to such things as torque, so when the forum is discussing torque, and displaying dyno sheets, I was quite frankly lost.I did not grow up with dirt bikes, snowmobiles or fast cars. I did drive my dad's 1984 Honda CB750 motorcycle when I was 17, but I think he governed that down, if that is even possible, but I had to try very hard by popping the clutch to lift the front wheel off the ground a couple of inches.My first toy was 6 years ago when I was 34, an R1, which of course was a blast, and I'm completely amazed I did not kill myself! Hang on I'm getting to the point.Anyway I drove the bike hard and fast for a couple of years then had to sell it due to a hockey accident that laid me up for six months. I guess I'm explaining all this to show how little experience I have in the "sports car" scene.So our next toy was a 2009 Jeep wrangler, this is where I joined my first forums and the modding bug started, but needless to say high performance engines and off roading jeeps do not go together. OK now we are getting close to the point. So we end up getting the Sol, a GXP Turbo, and I join SF, and have learned a ton, but as previously mentioned, was frequently lost at some of the content, but now, after test driving a "supercharged" coupe, it all clicked,most notably torque and torque curves, all I can say is WOW, now I get it!Comparing our Turbo to a supercharger was fantastic and a blast.Now more on the Coupe, what a beautiful car!Completely fell in love with it. From the outside, my wife prefers the look of the coupe, me, I'm torn, I think my vote goes to the vert, but the coupe definitely has it's pros. From the inside, sorry coupe owners but the vert wins hands down.Yes of course you can put more in the coupe, but as my wife stated in the vert you're in you're own little bubble or capsule(with top up of course) and actually has less of a blind spot than the coupe.Then of course you can put the top down for that wide open hair in the wind sun on your face experience. Test Driving this coupe has persuaded us to certain mods, which I should be purchasing before the end of the year. If anyone has questions about this coupe feel free to ask. I would not personally buy this coupe for a couple reasons, but would not completely steer anyone away from it if this is what they were looking for, but would strongly suggest a test drive before purchasing. Now for a couple pics and a short vid.

Thanks for reading

Bert








EDIT: Just adding the link to the rest of the pics.

Sol Photos by boboborino | Photobucket
 
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