2006 Mallet V8 Solstice

Mallett Cars is putting the final touches on a burnt-orange Pontiac Solstice loaded with more than $200,000 in custom enhancements, including a new interior and brakes and unique wheels.

All the horsepower of the Corvette slammed into the Pontiac Solstice - the 400hp GM LS2 engine is an awesome addition to this super slick roadster. Mallett Cars has engineered it as a complete package. Extensive track and street testing has been done to assure that this car handles better than stock on either a Sunday drive or on a road course.

The cars are complete from front to back using Genuine and Official Licensed Products of GM with the stock OEM catalytic converters in place to assure state emission compliances. And only Mallett Cars will back this kind of performance with a 2-year, 24,000 mile warranty.

Only 100 cars will be built, with a base price of $18,000 for the conversion.

The standard package includes:
  • 400 HP V8 LS2 Engine - Rated at 400 HP @ 6,000 RPM and 400 LB-FT @ 4,400 RPM
  • LS2 Clutch, Pressure Plate, and Flywheel
  • Custom Modified Lowered Shocks
  • New Springs
  • Control Arm (A-Arm) Bushings
  • Corsa Stainless Muffler
  • World famous Mallett body graphics
  • Mallett graphics embroidered on seat headrests
  • Show Car Detailing
  • Mallett serial number plaque
  • 2-year 24,000 mile warranty

3 comments:

Actually about 5years. still the car holds a very competitive specs and configuration for the car. I really like the concept made here.

Well, it’s been a long time since this car was created, and I think it is still possible to create another version of this Solstice. This Solstice really has great packages. The engine used is good, and the customized parts are pretty cool.

Attended an all Pontiac show this past Saturday in Jacksonville, Fl and saw the 2006 Solstice for the first time. I was very impressed, but I would like to do the LS2 conversion. The dealer told me that it (conversion) could be done by you folks for about $13,000. Is that true? I would want the big power, but with a performance enhanced auto trans. Some of the other items too, i.e. dual stainless exhaust, improved suspension front and rear, A/C, etc. What do you think? What is the time frame to complete this work and how soon could you take the car? I await your response. Thanks, Tony Spada

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