2004 Chevrolet SSR 2dr Regular Cab Convertible LS Rwd SB (5.3L 8cyl 4A)
I thought the truck was Bad when it first came out. The GM designers did their work on this one to create a unique ride. I almost bought a red 05 last year, but backed out. I started to look real hard for a clean one. I found one in my own backyard at Chase Chevrolet located in Stockton, Ca. I have driven the big engine and found that the small engine is just fine. I have owned many Chevy muscle cars in my day. Still i'm my geerage to this day are a stock 71 RS/Z28 350 LT-1 4 spd. A 67 Chevy II Nova with a 427/turbo 400 with 456 cogs. The black SSR i just bought is in pristine condition. I did not buy it for a hot rod, I bought it because it is a classy ride. The Heartbeat rides on
The whole ride! I feel the black paint does this truck justice. It is a 2000 concept truck with a modern/old school flair and makes for a one of kind ride that has to be owned to understand the feeling that a SSR owner get's every time they sit behind the wheel and fires it up! My top is always down
The cheap little plastic hood rod holder. How could the GM designers missed the boat on this item? Maybe a retro fit kit with the 05-06 hood gas struts? Oh heck..... I'll build them myself, after all.....They are not making SSR's anymore. That my friends, is a crime
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