Wow...hope that the frame has been reinforced or the first time he leaves the line the motor's gonna do a 180....
Not too mention is a short wheelbase so I'm hoping this is nothing more then just a show car that will never be tracked?!? If you find out who owns it Chop, post, I'll send him my old Dealer Principle's phone number and he can talk to him about his 1000hp Mustang II ride...twice. First race he pulled a wheelie, went back and re-adjusted the wheelie bars. Bought back in, went down again at over 170mph...pulled it up in his trailer and went home...it's been sitting in his garage for over 25 years and never been driven again! He said he soiled his suit and never again would he ever drive it.
lotsa cars have short wheel base.not a real issue if the car is built&set up right. I do think it needs a cage and front end tied togeather real well.witch i would think will be done as it's still in the building phases. I would of however put a bigger engine in it....like the roller camed, dart cnc headed, crower crank&rods.572 I had in my roadster...but a small motor can be fun too.
Hello I’m selling a 2006 Pontiac solstice MANUAL DRIVE CONVERTIBLE. I live in San Jose Ca. $5000obo and it’s all yours. Less than 105,000k miles. Brand New Good year Eagle Sport Tires Message me through email: [email protected] I will send photos if interested
I have been crunching a lot of numbers since autumn 2016 (keeps me of the streets at night) and located the full VIN of 107658 Kappas:
Model Year 2006
Experimental VIN = Located 78
First 1st 1000 VIN = 1G2MB33BX6Y000001
Last 1st 1000 VIN = 1G2MB33B26Y001000
First regular VIN =...
Today is the first day of the meteorological winter and I will try to get through it by reading the THE PONTIAC SOLSTICE BOOK.
Written by Gary Witzenburg and publihed by http://www.lammmorada.com/
The book is still for sale from the publisher website
I intend to read a page a day and post...