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Hello to all SSR Fanatics!

I am a new "member" tonight, but, have been looking at this site for probably a year now. Now that prices have come down for new 2004's I am in the market. My questions are (1) should I keep waiting for prices to lower even more as we head closer to 2005 and the snow starts to fly in some places?, (2) does anyone think GM will offer larger rebates for 2004 models in November or December, (3) currently what is a "good price" for a 2004 model at this time (I am looking for a 2004 model with an MSRP of around $47,000)?

I live in southwest Florida but I am willing to travel to get the best deal. I am interested in a new 2004 model. Any advice would be GREATLY appreciated!
 

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Hey Fl...Gm is offering only a 1500 rebate on new '04's right now. Don't expect too much in price drop on these baby's as they are still manufactured in limited quantities. Price depends on the options you get, like chrome wheels, gauges, carpted bed, trailer hitch, running boards, etc. Most are dealer installed anyways. I think an average price with a few whistles and bells should be around 44-45 g's.

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I have seen 04 SSR's advertised in our newspaper in Va. Bch., Chesapeake, and Norfolk for as little as 39K!
 

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I bought mine in NY MSRP $46,800 for 35K The dealer still has a couple left at the same price. I flew up there from FL and drove it back. It was well worth the trip.
 
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