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:party I am excited to pick up my '05 Yellow SSR at the dealer tonight! Next I am off to Las Vegas to enough it this weekend. Thought it would be a nice drive from Phx to Las Vegas to try it out!
 

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I hope you run into better weather in Vegas than I did, last week all it did is rain! The water has nowhere to go, everything is concrete. How much did ya pay for the 2005, I haven't decided yet 2004 or 2005 there is a price difference. Sometimes I can be cheap, inherited from my father! :nopity
 

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Congrats :cheers

You must have alot of self disipline to break her in on that kind of run.....be safe and let us know how it went
 

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Buying One Is Great I Can Tell You The Dealer Cost Dont Pay Too Much I'll Help Anyone Save Money Even From Another Dealer Provide You More Info Than They Know About Their Own Vehicles


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doug, enjoy your new ride

Your life will not be the same. If your married your wife will have to accept you now have a mistress who resides in the garage. its just that way.

P/P

Peace :flag
 

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Purple Penelope said:
Your life will not be the same. If your married your wife will have to accept you now have a mistress who resides in the garage. its just that way.

P/P

Peace :flag
What????? Does this make me a lesbian????:confused :lol :lol :lol :angel
 

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Depending on where you start, Phoenix to Payson to Sedona to Flagstaff(through Oak Creek Canyon) is at lease one way to make that trip.
 

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sedona is beautiful

Great idea! I think I will drive up through Sedona on the way to Las Vegas. Great way to experience the new SSR.
 

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2004 vs 2005 decision

The 2005 is well worth the cost! 390 hp vs 300 hp.

check out autotrader.com - found over 1400 total SSR's & over 400 new 2005 SSR's in USA. Cost really varies.

A new 2005 with 800 miles from an estate sell has a good price! no tax. You could have it shipped to your location.

Worst case show the dealer what you could purchase a new SSR for in autotrader and they will usually go down in price to stay in line with the market.

Phoenix, AZ has lots of SSR's so the price is currently negotiable.

I paid ~ 41k plus tax, etc. Mine was a special purchase because it had been on the lot for awhile. My SRR had been driven at PIR raceway by Tony Stewart, # 20. Dealer provided a keychain with drivers picture and MSRP sticker was autographed by the driver.
 
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