I know that this has been touched on in other threads, but I was interested in getting other perspectives on maintaining the values, or minimizing the depreciation of our vehicles. It seems as though putting miles on our SSR’s may hurt the value for ‘resale’ should we have future plans to sell them. Since mileage doesn’t seem to play as big a role in other ‘special interest’ or ‘classic vehicles’ based on what we see go through the auction, I’m not sure why the depreciation factor would apply to a vehicle as unique as the SSR. I also was wondering about the effects of adding modern accessories/touches to these vehicles to their values. Things like special paint, upholstery, digital gauge applications, custom wheels and custom lighting. These things can add a lot of ‘sizzle’ to an already unique vehicle. But is this something that future SSR owners will be looking for? This all seems to be a mystery. I wouldn’t want to go and do anything that could ultimately cause a potential new owner to see less value in owning one of these great machines. From what I can tell in watching the auctions, nice trucks are bringing top dollar. I think that should play out in our favor, as we all seem to take really good care of our SSR’s. I would hope that this would help the ‘resale’ values as some ‘Fanatics’ look to sell their vehicles. I didn’t mean to make this so lengthy, but I know that there are a lot of folks on here that will have very well thought out responses and opinions.uzzled: Thank you for your time.