Though sporting a much smaller area than Chrysler's display, the GM area made the most of its space. A bright yellow Z06 greeted Dream Cruisers on foot walking into the display, although we counted at least four cruising Woodward throughout the day. The continually-delayed Pontiac G6 convertible made a public appearance, and despite the on and off drizzle we didn't get to see the top in action. The Saab guys, however, had an itchy convertible top finger it seemed and we're raising and lowering the 9-3 convertible's roof every time the humidity passed 93%. With deliveries having begun just a week ago, the Pontiac Solstice was notably absent on the avenue. There were two at the GM display and we caught another on the road, but that's it. GM's display also had a great collection of classic Chevy, Oldsmobile and Cadillac classics, as well as other memorable GM models on hand. Of course, our favorite was the original '53 Vette that was parked right next to Cadillac's brand new XLR-V showing off the honking supercharged Northstar V8 with a newly-calculated 469hp thanks to the boys and girls over at the SAE.
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