Short little blurb in Det Free Press. From his comments seems like the fit problems were related to the hydroformed metal used to get the flowing lines.
Better late than never, the lovely Solstice roadster should liven up Pontiac dealerships shortly.
Combining a wide stance with a low profile and daring curves, the Solstice is supposed to be the first model that shows how Pontiac will once again become a line of exciting and desirable cars.
Its sales date was delayed by difficulties getting the metal to flow into the body's tricky shapes, but don't worry: The first 5,000 were sold months in advance, so unless your uncle sells Pontiacs you won't have a chance to buy one before the weather warms up again next spring.