What error did you get? What was the file size? I'll take a look at the attachment limits.PS: I downsized all the pics to a low resolution (VGA, 640x480) and was going to post them all here but was a little confused by the download function. I guess that's to protect dial-up users from long delays?
No, no error. I was just expecting downsized VGA pictures to show up in the thread rather than as downloadable files but turns out they were still about 50% over your 100 kb limit.Troy Roberts said:What error did you get? What was the file size? I'll take a look at the attachment limits.
Actually, it seemed smaller than a first generation Miata.* I don't know the specs, so this is purely subjective. I'll ask my toddler when he gets home since he was lucky enough to be one of the first people in the world to actually touch this beautiful car.flatovercrest said:Robrecht,
sizewise, what kind of impression did the car give you?
Is it tiny like a Miata or a Z3 or more bulky like let's say the Z350 or the Crossfire (wide as).
Hey, skeptic.skeptic said:I'm sure I'm in the minority here, but as nice as it looks from the rear and side, I think the front end is ugly.
I also don't like the original Vette's that have a somewhat similar body style, but the C2 are the nicest looking vette's ever produced. I really hope they re-design the front end after a short few years while leaving the bulk of the remaining style intact. And as was already pointed out, the current front end is not license plate friendly at all.
Throw on forced induction and a sub $25k price tag and I'm all over it, even with the ugly front end.
Large wheels and little wheel gap is very important to the overall appeal of the Solstice styling IMHO. Makes it look much more high performance and expensive than the Miata, especially early stock Miatas, which have a 4x4 look according to some owners (bigger wheels and lowered suspension are very popular mods).2006solstice said:Very nice photos - the color looks lighter in these compared to other shots I have seen - think it is just the lighting?
In any regards, this is one awesome looking car. I like the front grille personally, but the profile is my favorite angle. Finally, GM has a car with almost no wheel gap!