I suppose it would be possible to have a pair of antennas (for symmetry) built into the mirrors. (The pair would also provide "dual diversity" for enhanced reception.) However, they would probably be very visible to the driver and passenger.Paul830 said:OH... Thanks for the information. Why didn't they put it in the mirror or somewhere else instead of smack dab in the middle of the beautiful deck?
BUT I still LOVE the SOLSTICE!!!
Crimson Avenger said:I had a GM with its regular FM/AM antenna sandwiched almost invisibly in the windshield as I discussed in the following thread: link to thread " For 2007: Pontiac please..." post "More existing GM technology"
This is another piece of GM technology that already exists--even on a Pontiac, no less!It would be possible to rid the machine of the FM/AM whip antenna.
I had a 1975 Catalina station wagon with a single dipole antenna embedded directly in the glass of the windshield. It had phenomenal reception, much better than an external metal whip antenna.
All you saw was two VERY thin (think cross hairs in a periscope) black wires which headed up about a finger's width apart up the center, bending and heading in opposite directions for the top outer corners, following the top of the windshield about 1 inch down from the top of the glass: