:|No aftermarket options except the spare tire under the truck, vented aluminum box for new optima red top battery in the bed, extra ssr bed carpet from lloyds to cover and protect the yellow slats in the bed and the original carpet, cupholders from mike and tire ramps also from mike, and spohn performance panhard track bar. Everything else is original, trailer package with hitch, cab carpets (stored in my house), 6 disc cd with bose sound, heated power seats with the memory package, gauge cluster, running boards, windscreen and bed net. I also have a jacking kit in a canvass bag in the bed that includes a 12 volt drill to lower the spare tire using the 12 volt receptacle near the tailgate. I'm open to suggestions as to whether you or any one thinks i'm asking too much for it. Thanks for the input. I really don't want to sell it. I just don't drive it enough.
Just so ya know... the next owner may very well choose to drive it in the rain. So you oughta go ahead and break it in for them. :laugh:For the last 2 years (since I bought it) we've gotten so much rain that I just can't bring myself to get it out of the garage. I really refuse to take it out in the wet weather, and it ain't no fun with the top down if it's less than 45 or 50 degrees. It's even less fun with the top up. That just turns it into a quick Trailblazer. I realize I didn't have to explain, but just thought I should.
Very well said BLUE and I really don't understand Guys or Gals who buy these unique, one of kind vehicles and "park's em" Most of them are now 15 & 16 years old and they need to be driven. I wouldn't buy one with less than 10,000 miles for the price they're askin' ... I can understand Auggie Doggie only driving his 600 miles last year due to his wife having a multitude of health problems. I like your attitude ... See The USA in your "Shivrolay" My neighbor won't drive his and when he comes home from Florida, I'm gonna' ask him point blank "Why in the hell do you not drive your SSR" "I's got to know" as the guy lay wounded outside the Bank asked Dirty Harry who replied (did I fire 6 shots or only 5) :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:I have to tell you that I find it fund to drive with the top up or down and that when I am out and it get to be topless weather, I am glad i did not leave it at home. I put the top down. Also, if I go out and the weather turns nasty I just put the top up. 256K miles later I have a daily driver that has given me a lot of fun in 48 States and 6 Provinces in Canada. I have met a lot of Fanatics and visited a lot of places. As stated above, just make it easy to drive. It is more fun to drive it than to just look at it and wish.
My dad bought a new ford every three years and before he drove it he would have custom seat covers installed. When he traded it in he would take them off so the seats looked like new. I said why don't you buy your next new car and use the seats up and sit on the new seats and then put seat covers on it when you trade it in and he thought I was crazy. Go figure. I am sure the new owner liked his Idea!!!Well TCD, when I was a kid, my dad had a beautiful aqua colored 1966 Olds 98 convertible that he would never put the top down on because he didn't want to wear it out. I'm still trying to figure that one out.
Hey, Momba, if you're still on here, I agree with you. It's called BABBLING. Sorry to see you go.Sorry guys. All I wanted was an idea of what price to ask for it. I got a few constructive ideas, but a lot of flak on whether I should keep it and put a lot of miles on it in the rain with the top up. Most of this coming with the prefix "wouldn't want to tell you what to do. As far as comfort goes, I have a lot more room in my Mazda 3. I used to have a c-6 coupe and that had more room. I think I want to head back in that direction with my next ride. As far as the naysayers go, send all of the smart remarks you like, 'cause i'm droppin' out of the website. For the few that were truly trying to help, I thank you. Momba out.