Or lack of trunk space, or difficulty accessing trunk with roof up, or a slightly more compicated top operation than any other roadster on the market, etc etc etc :lol:stang said:
uhhh....who plans on driving this with the roof up anyways?? :crazy:lupin said:I may have missed this thread, but did everybody agree to ignore the wrinkles in back of the roof and deny their existence to anyone that asks? :nopity:
I had a 1995 BMW 318 with the same type of top operation. Wrinkles weren't really a problem after the top was up for a little while. I would imagine the Solstice will be the same.Editguy said:I think we all understand that she has a few flaws, but she's beautiful and we love her anyway!
Oh, and for me, the top will only be up in the carport and the 2 times a year that it rains.
:lol: Who steals a factory radio? I understand your point, but I see nicer drop tops parked with the top down all the time and nobody messes with them. Don't you got that insurance?lupin said:Call me crazy, but anyone leaving the top-down while parked is going to have many visitors (some of whom may endulge themselves by leaving with your factory radio, shades, and/or car itself).
Also, not a big fan of birdsh*t, or the smell of leather after a spring rain.