Personally, I'm not into moon/sun roofs. I have a convertible now and it's nice SOMETIMES. I actually prefer the reduced weight and increased structural rigidity of a coupe. The convertible was fun but I think I'm sticking with a coupe w/o a hole in the roof. Just my humble opinion. I know my girlfriend wouldn't buy a car without a sunroof. To each his/her own.....
I was talking to my dealer about after-market modifications and he urged me not to do anything drastic if I planned to sell the car down the road. Even recommeded keeping the stock hood if I put one on with hood scoops. I guess that brings up another question: Will this GTO has a high resale value in about 20-30 years?
Fish, your salesman is giving you good advice. Moding is a double edged sword. On one hand you can improve the value of your car. On the other, it makes it harder to sell because it's not stock and you have to find the "right" buyer. That's what I'm dealing with on my current car.
No, it doesn't run or ride rough but I have had a starting problem ever since I installed the supercharger. I haven't had it out to the track to get a good 1/4 mile time. However, seat of the pants says it's slightly faster than my 1996 Z28 with cold air induction. That car had the LT1.
Anytime you start cutting into the roof you are looking for problems. That roof is part of a structural cage. Then you run into sealing it. It just never is done as well aftermarket no matter how they may claim how well they can seal it.
I love moonroofs and am disappointed Pontiac didn't have this as an option, but I don't love it enough to cut into my roof for an aftermarket one.
Actually the local newspaper mentioned there not being a lot of head room, and that a moon roof would have made this worse. Now, I didn't get the feel of low headroom when I sat in the car, but I'm 5'8" - so I don't usually have that problem.
Now, I got the factory moon roof in my Saturn, and it's like 'been there / done that'. It's kind of cool, but I wish I would have gotten the AC / power package instead. That being said, I'm not gutsy enough to cut on the roof of a car I own - especially one that has some potential of maintaining future resale value.
So, working from home is apparently going to be my "new normal". I'm a few hours in. I get the benefits -- less commute, wardrobe optional, Imma has another box of Oreos for lunch, etc. -- but... I CAN HAS COMMUNICAYSHUNZ, plzthnx.
This is a bit of a social experiment.
If you post in this thread you are subject to being Banned.
I will randomly check this thread. If I see anyone posting here besides myself, I will pick someone and Ban them. It may be one day, it may be perm. Depends on my mood at the time.
Anyone have a more utility side by sides? I don't want a high performance, trail/rock climbing type of UTV. Looking for experiences. I have been looking at Polaris Rangers, Honda Pioneers, Kubotas, and John Deeres so far.
1) How have they held up?
2) How do you use them? I plan to use...
We had a crazy July 4 car meet last night. It’s usually 30-50 cars every Saturday night but last night...Omg. It was hundreds. They were saying probably close to 500 people there last night. There was burnouts, donuts, drifting, fireworks and even a dude cruising around on a dang go kart...