SATURN SKY - ATTENTION: Please Look, Don't Touch -  Aluminum Sign - ENS1100128

SATURN SKY - ATTENTION: Please Look, Don't Touch - Aluminum Sign - ENS1100128

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Sign Information

  • Size: 10x14 inches; 12x18 inches
  • Comes with rounded corners and pre-drilled for easy hanging.
  • Our signs are made from premium materials - proudly USA-made!
  • Great Gift Idea - Our custom-made signs are a one of a kind gift.
  • ***Colors may vary slightly from one computer screen to the next but the image should be very close.

 

SATURN SKY - ATTENTION: Please Look, Don't Touch - Aluminum Sign - ENS1100128

Our signs combine both quality and function, thus making them perfect to add as a unique touch to your home decor. You can also display the signs in your bar, pub, tavern, restaurant, college dorm and countless other places.

It comes in a variety of colors and sizes, and the text can be customized as per your requirements.

High-quality aluminum and inks - no cheap plastic! These signs are proudly made in the USA! Comes with rounded corners and pre-drilled for easy hanging. Lightweight, yet sturdy, and easy to install.

The Lizton Sign Shop specializes in quality personalized custom aluminum signs for any occasion and location.

The Saturn Sky is a roadster that was produced by Saturn, and was initially released in the first quarter of 2006 as a 2007 model. It uses the Kappa automobile platform shared with the Pontiac Solstice and Opel GT. The Sky concept was shown at the 2005 North American International Auto Show, with the production version following at the 2006 show. It was built at GM's Wilmington, Delaware plant, alongside the Solstice and the Opel GT. The Sky featured 18-inch (457 mm) wheels and a 2.4 L Ecotec LE5 straight-4 engine that produced 177 hp (132 kW), a new straight-4 2.0 L turbocharged direct injected engine that made 260 hp (194 kW) as well as an optional dealer-installed turbo upgrade kit that made 290 hp (216 kW). Both five-speed manual and automatic transmissions were available. The styling for the Sky, penned by Franz von Holzhausen, was based on the Vauxhall VX Lightning Concept's design. It was available in some European markets as the Opel GT. A rebadged version named the Daewoo G2X was unveiled as a concept vehicle for the South Korean market in 2006. The production version was released in September 2007.[1] The Sky, Solstice, GT, and G2X were built in Wilmington, Delaware. The aggressive styling garnered praise as a welcome departure from traditional Saturn design. The Wilmington Assembly plant closed in July 2009, ending production as both the Pontiac and Saturn nameplates were retired.

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