Standing out in a world where automotive design is forever changing and growing is a tough ask. If you go back in time to the early 2000s, the release of the Chevrolet SSR sure stood out but faced a host of issues which eventually led to the marque being axed off the production line. While it might not have been a commercial success, the SSR in today's collector market is slowly but surely becoming hot property thanks to its unique personality, looks, and respectable performance; even Richard Hammond was seen driving a Chevrolet SSR on the latest installment of the Grand Tour. Present today is a unique piece of machinery that looks like this 2004 Chevrolet SSR Regular Cab; it has a reported 46,500 miles on the clock and is built to stand out. Included in the sale is a car cover.
The Chevrolet SSR design sure is quirky and unique and is guaranteed to make you stand out regardless of where you drive off to or park next to. This 2004 Chevrolet SSR Regular Cab sports a unique Ultra Violet Metallic exterior to match its unique personality and is in excellent shape. Taking the already unique design is an aftermarket vinyl wrap on the vehicle's doors that throws it back to a classic "Woody" look. In terms of shoes, this unique modern classic sits on its factory wheels, which are reportedly 19x8 at the front and 20x10 at the rear. The Ebony leather interior of this 2004 Chevrolet SSR Regular Cab boasts comfort and is geared to ensure you and your passenger enjoy every drive. Looking to pump out some tunes with the roof down? It's time you cranked up the volume on this 6 Disc CD Changer sound system that has AM/FM radio as well.
The unique and intriguing design wasnt the only thing that stood out; pop open the hood of this 2004 Chevrolet SSR Regular Cab, and what you will find is an LM4 (4.3L) V8 motor capable of ensuring a performance that raises an eyebrow. A four-speed automatic transmission sends power to the car's rear wheels.
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