614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Vintage style meets every modern amenity you want on this 2004 Chevrolet SSR. So when you can get an exceptionally preserved hardtop convertible in an excellently bold red, you know this is a V8 cruiser of distinction.
A color like Redline Red practically radiates in the dark. This factory-applied hue loves to grab attention even when this car is still blocks away. We're told the odometer reflects the car's actual mileage (averaging under 1,300 miles annually,) and the overall condition really backs up the feeling of only occasional use. So while the paint steals your attention, don't forget to also check out the overall quality. The body panels were made to be a retro take on the classic post-war Chevy pickup designs, and their excellent condition do a great job of showing off those vintage rounded fenders. There's also a well-coordinated look of brightwork. The silver streak in the grille is pure retro-cool, and it matches the factory alloys, door hands, and optional running boards. Even the roll hoops coordinate when the top is down. In fact, speaking of the roof, this is one of the coolest design elements watching the rounded hardtop electronically compactly fold together and disappear behind a flush-fitting cover.
Black interiors always look quite sporty against red exteriors. And you especially understand this with the red waterfall of color that almost seamlessly cascades from the exterior and forms the center console. This has a nice sports car feel with leather bucket seats, a grippy steering wheel on a tilt column, and a crisp gauge package w/large speedo and tach. Of course, you'll love this for more than just the sporty feeling it offers. It's a loaded modern machine with power seats, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, dual front airbags, side airbag, cruise control, and a factory AM/FM/CD changer stereo with premium Bose speakers. The power windows and power top mean you never have to leave the driver's seat to get an open-air experience. Plus, the cold-blowing air conditioning and heated seats mean you can stay comfortable even when open to the world. You get a proper pickup bed, but since it's fully finished with a hard tonneau and nice carpeting, it just really means you have a terrific trunk. And this even has upgraded side lockable storage.
The engine bay looks as fresh and clean as the rest of the vehicle. This is Chevrolet's 5.3-liter fuel-injected V8. This numbers-matching unit was rated at 300 horsepower right from the factory, and so you get a package that's clean, stock, and quite powerful. It fires up easily and runs smoothly, like a low-mileage modern machine should. The four-speed automatic transmission provides a nice balance with quick kick-downs for performance and easy overdrive cruising. Plus, power steering, four-wheel disc brakes w/ABS, and modern sport tires come together to deliver the kind of vehicle that you'll want to drive every day.
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual packet. The SSR was built to be a classic from day one, so to get a first-year example that is well preserved and absolutely bold makes for an irresistible deal. Call today!!!
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