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I took a drive back to Lordstown today. I was following up on some suggestions on where other solstices may be.

This come's in the form of "Good News, Bad News"

Good News-All the Solstices I saw last week are gone.

Bad News-I didn't see ANY replacements, in fact, I didn't see a single one.

Good News-I found the rail loading station for cars out of Lordstown

Bad News-There were no Solstices here either.

I will post some pictures I took later on tonight. Any of you eagle eye's, feel free to point out I'm wrong.

There weren't even as many Cobalts there today as there were last week.
 

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They must be stacking 'em up in Wilmington. Mine has been sitting there since 9/22. Theories?
 

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Andrew Jackson said:
So thats were it has run off to.
Can you send it back if your done with it.
I will come pick it up. I Wanted COOL but it will do.
It's just dirty, that black will wash right off! :lol:
 

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I heard the cars were taken to suburban Detroit to have the door seals replaced, alignment checked, and some because the convertible tops sagged too much.
 

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That car even looks good going down the tracks.
 

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I think this is a good sign, they are all on there way, either it's by more train to another depot or by carrier to their dealers. But they are in movement to their final destination.
 

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meallen1220 said:
Depends on terrain, location, Etc

Average is most likely 40-45 MPH overall
It must be less than .1 MPH. Mine left 10/9 and is still not in Lawrenceville GA (732 miles).
 
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