My Redline Red had 10 or so. The dealer's wife put them on there. No mechanics or salesmen were allowed to drive it. I let the salesmen drive it with me. (nice, huh) Now, my Ricochet only had about two or three. Supposedly no one drove it, but me.
The dealers in this area kind of frown on joyrides. One of the sales guys I talked to was fired for taking an SSR around the block when he was supposed to move it off the lot into the garage for the night.
Mine had 8 miles. The dealer had a purple one that had been on several test drives, but my slingshot yellow was up on a lift so it was never driven off the lot. I don't think they want people just driving them around. They insisted that a salesman come on the test drive.
Mine had 32 miles when I picked it up. My dealer swears that they received it that way. He had read somewhere that the first 500 or so (mine is an '03, #369) received some additional testing and checkout. Don't know for sure. :skep
12. Mine had 12 miles on it. And mine was purchased from a dealer in Wisconsin, shipped out here to California, and I bought it from a dealer here. When I did a test drive, I drove a red one that was returned by some guy and it had a few hundred miles on it. I think I put 10 miles on it when I test drove it.
This idea is on another forum that I visit, and I think it is a great idea!
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It's early here, so I haven't done anything to mine yet, but a top to bottom cleaning is needed on my R. I hope to get to that today. ;)
This is my fix for the emblem mounting brackets breaking. I couldn't load a word document showing what I did. So here is a brief summary.
I made castable resin blocks to glue to the inside of the emblem, then glued the broken brackets to the resin blocks. Resin blocks provided more bearing area...
Just recently purchased a 2004 SSR and discovered it had no release button for the tonne cover in the glove box. where some of them made without?
do not know how hard it is to add one one? Can you please help!