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A few weeks after I bought the car, the wife and I went to the store together. We were going through and filling up the cart...got about halfway through the store when I looked at the items in the cart....looked at the wife....and then it dawned on me...."Oh crap"!
Well, did you get all the crap in the car?? Or did you leave her behind and take the brews & chow home??
Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving.
On that topic, I don't see how anyone can say they are not a good daily driver. I bought mine 2 1/2 years ago and it is my only car. She had a little under 8000 miles on her when I got her, now almost 36,000. I can see how people up north though could not do it. I live in Nashville, don't get too much snow, none really last year, but the year before we got a couple of good snows. Let me tell ya, Stinger does not enjoy the snow, lol I was born and raised in Michigan and for most the winters I drove a 71 firebird, so I know my way around snow with a rear wheel drive. Stinger slipped and slid everywhere, with good tires. Driving to work was fun to say the least. Luckily I go in at 5am so no traffic to deal with and 2 days at a time was all I had to deal with. Other than that, I love driving my car daily, been to Michigan and Florida, no problem fitting what I needed in the trunk.
2007 Sky RL
Dark Tinted Windows
Leather Steering Wheel Cover
Kenwood DNX6960 System
Mine sits more in the garage.
Bought in 2006, it now has 16,600 miles.
Installed wing, ground effects, Hahn Stage II turbo, aluminum flywheel, Kevlar clutch, 1/4 backbone installed, magnaflow dual exhaust, 1000 watts amp with alpine speakers.
Would love to drive but work too much....
Never bought it as a daily driver.
Just wanted it.
Still love looking at it....
I'm on vacation and driving a rented Chrysler 200 convertible. It has a little more trunk space than the SKY, but not much, and the back seat is just for looks. Top operation is pretty neat though. Push a button and the deck lids comes up, top cover extends, top goes into the trunk, and lid closes. Reverse operation for top up.
Limited slip differential
Premium trim package
My trading mine for a 2008 Corvette Convertible had nothing to do with trunk space. The Corvette has a large trunk but I don't need it. I must admit getting a power top was a strong point in the decision. But not trunk space.
2008 2.4 AUTO MIDNGT BLUE BLK TOP BLK LTHR gone but not forgotten.
2008 Vette Jetstream Blue
2003 Silverado Arrival Blue
1998 Vette Black
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