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My wife has decided that she wants a crossover and in the process has dashed my hopes of turbocharging her Solstice (although if it doesn't sell then there's hope for me after all). Here's a comprehensive description of its features:

It has never been in an accident, and includes detailed maintenance records. I changed the oil with full-synthetic oil every 5,000 miles. This vehicle has the Premium Package (leather covered multi-function steering wheel; steering wheel mounted remote audio controls; leather seat upholstery with additional vinyl; luxury trim leather on gearknob), Power Package (front power windows; remote power locks; driver and passenger power door mirrors) and Convenience Package (steering wheel mounted cruise control; computer with average speed, average fuel consumption and range for remaining fuel; service interval indicator; front fog lights; door ajar warning) with the FE3 ZOK Club Sport suspension (larger front and rear sway bars, upgraded Bilstein shocks and springs). It includes a Sly exterior color, steel/sand leather interior, AM/FM radio w/ 6-disc CD changer and MP3 aux port, XM Satellite radio receiver, 4 wheel ABS and electronic brake force distribution, A/C, and carpeted floor mats. It also has aftermarket parts installed such as a Rotora 4 piston front big brake kit, Optima RedTop battery, Magnaflow catback exhaust, Windblox wind deflector, chrome grill and AEM cold air intake kit. The car came with silver 18" x 8" front and rear alloy wheels that were painted in graphite. The OEM grill, OEM brake calipers, OEM rotors, OEM brake pads, OEM shocks and springs, OEM sway bars can be included in the sale. The underside of the front bumper cover is cracked and scratched. This is a common problem that many Solstice owners experience given the car's curved bumper. The only repairs that have been performed were carried out by ASE certified mechanics - the crankshaft position sensor was replaced, the passenger side present air bag seat sensor was replaced, and the water pump was replaced. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions about the car. You can email me at [email protected], send me a private message or call me directly at (407) 791-7776. I live in the Central Florida area if you'd like to stop by and take a look at it in person. I'm asking $15,000 OBO. I'm willing to drop the price a couple grand without the Rotora big brake kit.



 

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The price has dropped to a measly $11000K without the Rotora Big Brake Kit. The FE3 ZOK Bilstein shocks and springs and anti-sway bars, wind deflector and mesh grill are available separately if I wind up selling the car to Car Max next month.
 
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