Hear that SSR's wife and newbie (Gina)??Daven said:Those two can't be home grown car enthusiasts... no one calls it a gear box or refers to the "cabin" when describing where the seats are located! No wonder she didn't get it! Seems like we need to get these two to a good ol' SSR rally :flag And you ladies need to get Anita by herself and teach her a thing or two :grouphug :lol
:thumbs Thats why my personalized licence plate says "DRMRIDE"=Dream Ridehotrodgirl said:I don't even bother to get fired up about articles like this. I know I own a 04, but to each their own. If it's supposed to be a male mid-life crisis. Then what is it for me? I'm a female owner! It take a special kind of person to own one of these badboys. Not everyone is going to appreciate what we have. All I know and care about is that I do appreciate everthing this truck has to offer! It's not my mid-life crisis it's "my dream machine".
I definately did not agree with this article! But somebody out their always has to say negative things about any subject. It's America!
I got a kick out of this "grandma's" comments. The one thing true in the article was the statement about how the SSR opinions are so "polarized." People seem to either love it or hate it. From reading the comments, I have a feeling that those who lampooned the vehicle base their opinion on hearsay and never actually got in one and drove! Grandma knows what she is talking aout!Posted: Thu. 07/28/05 07:54 PM
From: Janet Wrestler
City: LEWISVILLE, tx USA
Comments: The 05 SSR is the most fun ride I've ever driven. I've had mine for several months and it's the only thing I never plan on selling or trading. As a 57 yr. old grandma I can tell you it's the most fun I've had since my honeymoon!!!