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Good Afternoon SSR Fanatics, Has anyone seen the January 2018 Hemmings Motor News issue. There is a complimentary article in there about our beloved R's It is in the Truck Profile titled 2004-06 Chevrolet SSR. (I do not understand the 2004 in the title, when the author in the first sentence mentions they debuted in 2003). I hope I am not duplicating a post, I have not seen any mention about the article. A friend from Gulf Coast GTO Club gave me the article.
 

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Good Afternoon SSR Fanatics, Has anyone seen the January 2018 Hemmings Motor News issue. There is a complimentary article in there about our beloved R's It is in the Truck Profile titled 2004-06 Chevrolet SSR. (I do not understand the 2004 in the title, when the author in the first sentence mentions they debuted in 2003). I hope I am not duplicating a post, I have not seen any mention about the article. A friend from Gulf Coast GTO Club gave me the article.
Here's a link to the Article. Not much of an article but it thankfully doesn't trash our rides like most!
https://www.hemmings.com/magazine/hmn/2018/01/2004----06-Chevrolet-SSR/3751446.html
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I opened up he link and read the whole article
 
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That's correct is that the '03s were only available to a few people with connections and fat wallets because of [strike]greedy dealers[/strike] free enterprise business men making the best profit they could.
 
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