Yep. I have found that my Sky definitely appeals to women. I have been approached several times, and been given a couple of phone numbers by women who were initially attracted by the car. I can't take advantage of it now, of course, but for a while I could.And one was designed to appeal to women.
Good to know. Thanks, Rob. :thumbs:The Sky and Solstice are built on the same chassis. A very high percentage of the parts are interchangeable between all years for both cars. The body panels and the underlying body support mechanisms are unique between the Sky and the Solstice.
The interior panels are interchangeable. The dashboard structure is part of the chassis and shared. The dashboard support and the dashboard panels are not interchangeable, though you can install a Sol dash in a Sky and vice versa. The door panels share attachment points and while they are not identical, either will fit in either car. The electrical connections for the Sky and Sol are slightly different and I have read that when swapping door panels some minor work is necessary on the cabling.
The forward console is different for each car as that interfaces with the different dash board. The center console is identical in both cars as are all the other black plastic panels.
The cup holders are common. The door sills are identical in form, fit and function but have car unique trim pieces. The waterfall has the car logo mount molded into the plastic which makes them unique, however they are interchangeable as well.
The structure under the tulip panel is identical but due to the different shape of the trunk humps (The Sky has a sharper peak.) the covers are not interchangeable.
If you need repair parts for either a Solstice or a Sky, if its not a unique body part, its generally easier and cheaper to order the Pontiac part over the Saturn part. They have unique part numbers issued by each of the companies and the Saturn production run being smaller resulted in the number of parts being smaller and generally higher prices for them.
From the production records, about 2 Solstices made to every one sky. But it also depends on the demographics of your neighborhood and how good the local dealers were.Their are Way_More Solstices them Sky's, Your more likely to see more Solstices then a Sky on the road...
The Sky body work has of a more modern look design as the Solstice falls back to the 50's-60s design...
From the production records, about 2 Solstices made to every one sky. But it also depends on the demographics of your neighborhood and how good the local dealers were.
I see many more Skys around my vicinity that I see Solstices. Who knows.
:huh: Hmm OK, Same here in my part of Florida!We had a couple of very active local Saturn dealers. As a result in south Denver there are more Sky's then Sols.