I have a hunch about this, but I want a visual indicator of how well the response towards the GM Badge will be, coming from future Solstice owners.
The plan was to make a poll to begin with... but I posted it without one accidentally... and then spent 5 minutes trying to figure out how to either A. delete my post, or B. add a poll. I figured it out.stang said:Make a Poll.
What do you plan to do with the GM badge?
That would be fun.
Orginally posted by Brentil on 4-12-05, here's the link to the GM press release...MAKsys said:The little GM badge doesn't bother me a bit :yesnod:
:cuss: But it damn well better show up on all GM products - that means Saturn, Saab, Hummer, Holden, Opel, Vauxhall....
In 2025, won't I look silly driving a Solstice with all the flying cars wizzing by me? :willy:Fortyninenorth said:Somebody replied that they are an "Original" freak. I wouldn't describe myself as such, but it does beg the question, "If you were restoring a 2006 Solstice in 2026, would you want the GM badges to complete the restoration?" I would have to say yes since they are part of the car as delivered by the manufacturer.
If you do remove them, stash them in the car somewhere a restorer to find in 2025.
Nope, cause I will be there too. Just thinik of it...we will have the roads all to ourselves. Everyone else will be in the air.naoki said:In 2025, won't I look silly driving a Solstice with all the flying cars wizzing by me? :willy:
The GM name means nothing to me and the badge is tacky. I will wait until others remove theirs and give us tips how to do it safely.Fortimir said:I do wonder how the GM badge is attached. I hope it is just a paint-safe adhesive.
I really thought this poll would be a landslide for "No." Wow, I was wrong.
So you are removing the hood badge, the rear badge, both side badges, and the wheel center caps, along with the GM badging?Cheever3000 said:I'll be removing ALL badging as soon as possible.