Those were the Marshall Field's Santa Bears riding in the Sol's with the tops down. I wanted to check the VIN on the red one to see if they're using my car for parades instead of delivering it to me !! lol :lol: :lol:dave clancy said:Was watching thanksgiving parade this morning ,guess what pop up on screen two solstices one black, and one red riding side by side in the parade with some cartoon people sitting on the trunk. Wish i had my video recorder going
I Dream of Jeanie ... Nude. Now THAT evokes an interesting picture! ... but seriously, my Solstice will be in a local holiday parade this coming Saturday, ferrying the Grand Marshall. What would be best to place in between the humps for the Grand Marshall to sit comfortably AND safely on without maring the surface?OZ40 said:They wouldn't be sitting on my trunk unless they had chamois on their asses or looked like Barbara Eden and were nude.
Only thing I could suggest is something very soft and cotton. Folded terry cloth towel is all that comes to mind. Maybe a small pillow on top of the towel to add cushion.SolsticeEnjoying said:bumping this in hopes of getting some suggestions ....
Record the mileage for the possible "business use write-off" of your Solstice. Or is the city going to pay you for the mileage?AFSOC 1st Sgt said:I'll be in a parade this Saturday since I'm the mayor of small town I live in. The local Chevy and Ford dealers are providing 'vettes and 'stangs for parade participants to ride in/on. I told them I'll drive my Sol. I can drive with one hand and wave with the other.
Funny you should mention that! I did coast wherever I could, but mostly I never got OUT of first! Well worth it - the parade organizer said I have a standing invitation every year. The Grand Marshall told me later (kiddingly) that everyone was looking and commenting on the car, not her! I told her, hey, they look at the car, then they see you, so it's a win-win! :yesnod:stang said:Nice car indead! :thumbs:
Man, that speed had to suck in a stick. Did you even get into first gear?