Would that be Solvay, Dow or one of the big guys?DreamerDave said:I might be shooting myself in the foot 'cuz I work long hours making the plastic pellets that eventually are molded to make these darn things but I've recently had to chase down a broken fuel injector wire that was chafed by the "style cover".
DreamerDave said:Looks good. I can picture it parked next to a Solstice (matching colors of course). :thumbs
I know it's a show car but..
It has taken my pet peeve to the extreme! It has no visible engine!
Why do they insist on hiding all the "dirty bits"? More and more production cars get the "underhood style treatment" with stylized Tuperware! This car has so much, you can't even check the oil level! It's like opening the refridgerator door and having to dismantle an inner door just to get a beer! What purpose does it serve? What happened to form follows function, especilly under the hood?!? :banghead
I might be shooting myself in the foot 'cuz I work long hours making the plastic pellets that eventually are molded to make these darn things but I've recently had to chase down a broken fuel injector wire that was chafed by the "style cover".
Actually, the T-bird has a traditional soft top. The hard tops you see around town are actually removable hard tops. It would have been cool if Ford had put a retractable hard top on the T-bird, since they pretty much (I know, I know, there was once a Peugot in the '40s) invented the concept.kenep59 said:I have to whole-heartally agree with the SSR drop top idea. I'd love a convertible hard top. Hell, they put one on the T-Bird Re-mistake, I mean remake.
kenep59 said:I also have to remember that most of you guys are pretty hard core compared to me. Hell, I bought an Aztek and I loved my Grand Prix. The closest thing I owned to a sports car was a Sunfire Coupe! But I'm old now, and have disposable cash! The gray in those bills match the gray in my hair. But some lucky chicky will drive with me in my Solstice...don't tell my wife.