:glol Haha, sorry about the creamsicle comment! Its not just the orange color, but the white stripes that made me think if a creamsicle. Plus I was sitting at work later in the day and getting a little hungry! :lolpiippor said:Creamsicle, humpf. :mad :jester :jester
There are bound to be Solstices that end up in front end accidents that would make perfect donors for a rear end trailer. I wouldn't wish anyone to have an accident of course, but it will happen and then there will be some donors for transformation to a trailer. It also may be possible to just buy body panels and attach them to a trailer frame too.hoffman said:If no one makes that trailer, I suppose you would have to buy 2 Solstices and cut one up. What would you do with the front end? :jester
I would think that with the clam shell deck lid, making an aftermarket hardtop/fastback/hatchback/wagon type conversion would be somewhat straight forward. The fact that the chassis is designed to be a convertable means that the conversion need not be load bearing, and so a lot easier to engineer and install. If GM doesn't address this segment of the market that might want this type of car, then there seems to be an opporunity for some one to get into the custom Solstice business or kit mod business. If the Solstice turns out to be a hit, and they sell lots of them, no doubt someone will fill that need.skeptic said:Solve the space issue?? Just make it a fastback with T-tops/Targa top.