This truck is way over priced! Glad I was not the only one who made the same mistake :mad
I'm sure I paid more for my truck than I should have, but I don't second guess myself anymore. Life is way too short for me (personally speaking) to do that. I have a really hard time putting a price tag on the feeling I get driving this truck and, after only 2000 miles, I am very much in love with it.Munster said:
Just did 36 hours in the ER because of the weather! Over 350 patients. Burned Out!Devastator said:I got a GREAT deal on mine ! :thumbs I enjoy it when I can. So far this month of Sept. I have 200 hours of overtime, and my personel life is sometimes non-exsistance :glol
mikem-2005 said:You have expressed it far better than I could.
There are a lot of us that share the passion for the vehicle and the excitement of having something so unique that it even draws little old ladies across the market parking lot to ask you about your ride.
My feeling's EXACTLY. :jester Enjoy the rideKySSR said:I could have cared less as to what the truck cost. I wanted it, I got it.
If you thought it was overpriced, Why buy it?
Drive it a while and the price issue should not be an issue anymore... :thumbs
Couldn't agree more. Jim G. also sums it up really well in The SSR Experience. To paraphrase--Flassh said:No regrets....
I've taken it to several car shows, and very few vehicles can match it as a magnet. So far, haven't run into another SSR at any of the shows, so I feel a duty to be there - is anything more fun than having a throng of people looking at it, and a little boy comes up and says 'Please, mister, can I see the top go up?" The looks of awe, and the pointing as the top does its magic are worth the purchase price......
Nothing on the show property - NOTHING!!! can match the SSR's attraction. When an older German dude all dressed in his racing whites leaves his Mercedes 300 SL gullwing to chat with you about the SSR, you've definitely made an impact......
Find me any other vehicle on the planet that can match the SSR for looks, styling, function (hey - it's a pickup with actual sealed storage space) and a hardtop that folds in a way that's never been done before, and still gives you the feeling that you're driving a hot rod, without the aggravation of building and maintaining it. I don't think it exists......
If GM builds a 427 6 speed, I'd buy it in a heartbeat, and still keep the 03, mostly because I'd use the excessive depreciation as an excuse not to sell it.
Is there really a way to put a value on enjoying life? If there is, the SSR has been priceless.
Coz said:Munster is one of those whining guys that made an impulse buy and now regrets it. (opinion and speculation of course)
Some people like imports some people like American muscle and rarely do the 2 agree in my experience. But a true fan of automobiles doesn't treat them like commodities. They treat them like mechanical works of art for fun and driving.