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Interesting comments, not sure I agree.

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What's not to agree with.......Values are going up. Most of us hope that trend will continue and I expect it will.
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So they are saying if I'd put mine away and only put a couple thousand miles on it I might be able to sell it for what I paid or a little more.

Miss the miles of smiles? Screw that! I bought it because that's what I wanted to drive, all the time, every damn day. I'm not a collector, I'm a driver.
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Interesting decent read. I think I'll continue to drive mine and not worry about what its worth.
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Interesting decent read. I think I'll continue to drive mine and not worry about what its worth
Exactly. Mine won't be going anywhere but down the road with my old butt in the seat. I wanted one when they came out,now I have it,I'm going to drive it. Permegrin


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Heck, I want the prices to stay down! Once I drive the wheels off of mine, I'll want to go buy another!
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So they are saying if I'd put mine away and only put a couple thousand miles on it I might be able to sell it for what I paid or a little more.

Miss the miles of smiles? Screw that! I bought it because that's what I wanted to drive, all the time, every damn day. I'm not a collector, I'm a driver.
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Overall, it's a pretty good article. No doubt values on low mileage trucks are climbing. I've always though the 6 speeds would be worth significantly more than automatics, especially with such low build numbers.

The only obvious flaw in the article was the statement about 5 model years.


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My dad wanted one but sadly passed away before he could get one. So I bought mine, took his urn and put it on the passenger seat and took him for a ride. To this day when I drive it I know he is looking down on me with a big permagrin. Love my R.


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I wondered about the "five model years" too. Late '03 to '06 might be closer to three.


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Overall, it's a pretty good article. No doubt values on low mileage trucks are climbing. I've always though the 6 speeds would be worth significantly more than automatics, especially with such low build numbers.

The only obvious flaw in the article was the statement about 5 model years.
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Heck, I want the prices to stay down! Once I drive the wheels off of mine, I'll want to go buy another!
My thoughts exactly.
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I sent a reply and stated only a small part of what I think of being an owner.

It seems that the only people that have a negative opinion about the SSR are those that have never driven or or owned one! The writer of an article like this should interview a few owners before writing that "they" think.. I bought my 2006 new, I'm not 68, you do the math. And yes the vast majority of owners are 40 years and older. I and quite a few HUNDRED of other owners LOVE the SSR! We have an internet group that hold rallies across the US & Canada and have since 2003. I hosted one in Savannah last year that had 115 trucks attend from the US & Canada. There have been countless rallies over the years that have had over 100 attend. Yes, Chevy did not make the SSR perfect but those that own one have gotten together and made improvements and shared with all the other owners. These owners are not a "car club" they are a FAMILY OF OWNERS! These Family members drive hundreds and even Thousands of miles for a 3 or 4 day rally to visit other members and show off the "improvements" they have made to there babies. Some mild, some radical. We are FANATICS about the SSR! We can be anywhere in the country and if anyone of us should break down or have a problem, 1 or 2 phone calls, someone will either have the answer to correct the problem or be there to help. If an owner should total his truck 9 times out of 10 he/she will buy another one. God help anyone that should stop one of us and ask about our truck! They better have time to listen to all the GREAT things we have to say about them. All SSR owners have a "permagrin" everytime they get behind the wheel with either the tip up or going topless! SSRFANATIC.COM

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All in all it is a good article, and I agree you have to drive one to understand what they are all about !!!!!!!
My SSR is not for sale but I don't understand the reasoning in hoping the value goes down ???????
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That is because they secretly WANT one but can't afford one and want the price to go down so they can.
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That is because they secretly WANT one but can't afford one and want the price to go down so they can.
There were a couple who responded that they would get one if the price went down but they forgot to say it was so they could sell it WHEN the price went up!
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I'm 70, got my license in 65, then manufacturers made vehicles that looked very different from one another. You grew up as a Chevy guy or a Ford guy or a Mopar guy. I had good friends who were very loyal to their chosen brand and when we got together we drove each other to improve our rides. Today I find that it's difficult to tell a Chevy from a Ford from a Toyota from a Mazda. I love the fact that my "R" is unmistakable and because I've always been a Chevy guy it fits my loyalty. Almost every time I go for a burn I invariably find myself explaining to people what I find special about it. Most don't realize how performance oriented my 2006 stick is. Even my long time friends were shocked when I took them for a ride and power shifted second and third gear rubber. I still enjoy having a vehicle that is unique and I can personalize in a way that you really can't with a current day cookie cutter. It's amazing to me how many folks stop and ask what it is, I think it may be more interesting these days than it was a dozen years ago. Aside from some exotic I don't think there's a vehicle out there that's less seen or more unique. I couldn't car less what it's resale value is, I'm thrilled every time I see it and every time i drive it. IT'S KEEPING ME YOUNG.
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I'm 70, got my license in 65, then manufacturers made vehicles that looked very different from one another. You grew up as a Chevy guy or a Ford guy or a Mopar guy. I had good friends who were very loyal to their chosen brand and when we got together we drove each other to improve our rides. Today I find that it's difficult to tell a Chevy from a Ford from a Toyota from a Mazda. I love the fact that my "R" is unmistakable and because I've always been a Chevy guy it fits my loyalty. Almost every time I go for a burn I invariably find myself explaining to people what I find special about it. Most don't realize how performance oriented my 2006 stick is. Even my long time friends were shocked when I took them for a ride and power shifted second and third gear rubber. I still enjoy having a vehicle that is unique and I can personalize in a way that you really can't with a current day cookie cutter. It's amazing to me how many folks stop and ask what it is, I think it may be more interesting these days than it was a dozen years ago. Aside from some exotic I don't think there's a vehicle out there that's less seen or more unique. I couldn't car less what it's resale value is, I'm thrilled every time I see it and every time i drive it. IT'S KEEPING ME YOUNG.
Amen! I bought mine because I liked it....bottom line it's for me! In the end I don't think mine will be worth what some others will be with all the "smiles" I'm gonna put on her! Permagrin!
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What's not to agree with.......Values are going up. Most of us hope that trend will continue and I expect it will.
Do you agree with this?

"Like the Cadillac Allante we covered a couple of weeks ago, the long term prospects for this GM oddball probably aren’t great. The notoriety of the design, the relatively high performance, and the popularity among retirement-age enthusiasts have helped surge interest in recent years, but younger buyers aren’t as enthusiastic and even with a 6-speed it’s not rare enough to be a high-dollar unicorn in the near future. That combined with the early 2000s GM styling (and retro styling) that hasn’t exactly aged gracefully seems to suggest that things don’t look too rosy in the long term"

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I was talking to my son the other day about the SSR and his take on it. He has a newer model Camaro and he said for him he wouldn't want one. So of course I had to get his reasons and they were quite real that I never thought of. So here goes. He has a German Shepard and he takes her most places with him, the SSR doesn't have room for the dog and his girl friend so he has to leave the dog at home or the girl friend and that isn't a good idea. He also said most of the time when he goes out he is either going with a couple or his girl friend and a friend so seating for 3 is a must. And lastly he said that he is in that age group where if you have a truck everyone wants to either borrow it or you to help them move stuff. He said that was the biggest reason he got rid of his S10. He is 26 so I found it a good reasonable explanation of his take on it.
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I was talking to my son the other day about the SSR and his take on it. He has a newer model Camaro and he said for him he wouldn't want one. So of course I had to get his reasons and they were quite real that I never thought of. So here goes. He has a German Shepard and he takes her most places with him, the SSR doesn't have room for the dog and his girl friend so he has to leave the dog at home or the girl friend and that isn't a good idea. He also said most of the time when he goes out he is either going with a couple or his girl friend and a friend so seating for 3 is a must. And lastly he said that he is in that age group where if you have a truck everyone wants to either borrow it or you to help them move stuff. He said that was the biggest reason he got rid of his S10. He is 26 so I found it a good reasonable explanation of his take on it.
My son is now in his late 40's and he has my 71 K5 blazer. I know he hopes I'll pass my "R" on to him, but my Mid 40's daughter has something to say about that. I don't think they understand that they have a long wait.
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I was talking to my son the other day about the SSR and his take on it. He has a newer model Camaro and he said for him he wouldn't want one. So of course I had to get his reasons and they were quite real that I never thought of. So here goes. He has a German Shepard and he takes her most places with him, the SSR doesn't have room for the dog and his girl friend so he has to leave the dog at home or the girl friend and that isn't a good idea. He also said most of the time when he goes out he is either going with a couple or his girl friend and a friend so seating for 3 is a must. And lastly he said that he is in that age group where if you have a truck everyone wants to either borrow it or you to help them move stuff. He said that was the biggest reason he got rid of his S10. He is 26 so I found it a good reasonable explanation of his take on it.
Indeed there are many SSR owners who use their SSR as a daily driver. However many of us owners who live way up North our SSRs are really only a fair weather vehicle and usually only come out on sunny days and or rain free days.

That being said it is appears that your son really doesn't need or want a 2-seater toy truck only.


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We bought our 2005 6 and 6 primarily for vacations or just cruising around with the ability to put the top down.

There are just two of us and it gives us adequate space for 10 days luggage and still have room to buy a few things. Gas capacity, not MPG, adds to us getting quite a distance between the need to fill up. We usually put 4K to 5K each year doing that.

It drives quite nice on the pavement and is fun to drive down a winding road. Although our Del Sol with a four cylinder will leave it in the mountains roads with no problem.

We are working on the quirks with updates. I can personalize it and change looks by changing wheels, running boards and side pipes and trim and then change them back.

I have a couple of pickups I can use when I need to haul or pull. A Prius when I need to drive in traffic or park easily and a couple of old cars when I want to show off.

I would not have it for an only vehicle, but it is great fun for a third or fourth car. It is fun on vacation when you don't trust a "classic".

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The thing that strikes me about this article is the same thing most people misunderstand about the SSR. It was a Halo vehicle! not really intended to be profitable, but to bring traffic to showrooms, and it was successful at that. Read a few comments on the article, and it's apparent.
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