Amazing, isn't it? Last September, before the SSR was available for sale, production slots were selling in the $10000 range. It dropped gradually, to where right to buy auctions pretty much disappeared. If you click on "bids" on that particular auction, I suspect you'll find that some of the bidders have retracted their bids, once they realize what they're actually bidding on. This one is quite clear - "right to buy" is very well specified. Other similar auctions were very deceptive - no mention until the very bottom of the description that you were agreeing to an amount over MSRP.
A couple of auctions in January were up into the $40000 range - seems a lot of people don't read the fine print before bidding.
It's really surprising that a dealer would even try this when so many SSRs are available below MSRP. I guess it's their right to go fishing for dummies.
This idea is on another forum that I visit, and I think it is a great idea!
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It's early here, so I haven't done anything to mine yet, but a top to bottom cleaning is needed on my R. I hope to get to that today. ;)
I currently have two SSR's where the stowage compartment panel Part #88980416 is broken. This part is where the top cylinders attach. I have two
Southern cars and this piece gets brittle and breaks in half or gets hairline cracks on it. . Part is unavailable from GM. Don't know of anybody...
SSR’s sustaining damage may have varying Title Designations:
SALVAGE/FLOOD Titles may be repaired, rebuilt or modified.
JUNK TITLE: I thought a JUNK VIN was never to resurface but we are seeing JUNK TITLES resurfacing as SALVAGE or REBUILT
Units reported as...