About Chevy SSR

    Premiering in 2003 for the 2004 model year, the Chevy SSR is a convertible pickup truck known for its smooth lines and unusual body-style. It was constructed on the Chevy's EXT platform and featured a bunch of luxurious accessories and a steel retractable hardtop. Chevy gave the model a hard-court press right away in terms of marketing, featuring it in a variety of ads, most notably a 60 second commercial that first aired on New Year's Eve of 2003 and carried on into the first quarter of 2004. The Chevy SSR was also pegged as the pace car for the 2003 Indianapolis 500.

    The model was initially outfitted with a 5.3L Vortec V8 capable of around 300 horsepower but grew into a 5.7L V8 that showed off an extra 50 HP. In 2005, the engine was upgraded to a 6.0L that threw out up to 400 horsepower and was more adept at powering the almost 5,000 pound vehicle. Throughout the first model year, only a four-speed automatic was offered, but in 2005, when the engine was updated with power-enhancing parts, a six-speed manual transmission became available, as well. Because of the unique build of the Chevy SSR, its dimensions are not typical for a domestic truck. For the first year, the wheelbase is listed at 116 inches, with 191.4 inches in length, 78.6 inches in width, and a height of 64.2 inches. In 2005, the wheelbase and width didn't change, but the length was increased to 191.5 inches and height lowered to 63.8 inches.

    Up front, 19-inch wheels were employed, while at the rear 20-inch wheels were used. The Chevy SSR showcased just one standard trim, which included such accessories and amenities as leather seats, remote keyless entry, cruise control, power locks and windows, and of course, the power convertible hardtop. Optional Chevy SSR parts such as heated seats and automatic-dimming mirrors were also available along with the dealer customs such as chrome wheels, chrome accents, and colored bed strips, since Chevy made it a point to market the SSR for its style. As for the safety features, front and side airbags and antilock brakes were the main attractions.

    Rugged performance. Sizzling style. Mass amounts of attention. There are just some vehicles that exist in a different dimension. The Chevy SSR is one of them. With its silky smooth yet aggressive exterior styling to the edge in power it can deliver in an instant, the Chevy SSR is one vehicle drivers love to customize. It's easy to see why. carries a complete selection of sizzling Chevy SSR Accessories and Parts. It doesn't matter what you're looking for, we have what your roadster needs. Grilles, spoilers, chrome trim, headlights, LED tail lights, floor mats, and more are featured right here. Plus, we recruit the very best manufacturers in the world to dish out all of our Chevy SSR accessories and parts. That means top-level quality with the results to match. If you're looking to hook up with Chevy SSR accessories that matter, this is the place to find them.

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    Michael Jackson’s SSR Sold on eBay?

    Dr. Arnold Klein, who is known as MJ' doctor, friend, and biological father of his child, put up his 2004 Chevy SSR up for sale on eBay.

    It is rumored there is even written evidence that the vehicle was personally given to Dr. Klein by Michael. The seller himself claims that Michael Jackson loved driving the SSR and that his favorite destination was the Willard house (where the Willard movie was filmed) in Hancock Park. And now, when Michael is no longer with us, Klein says he cannot use the vehicle, which is why he has offered the convertible truck for sale. The doctor claims that the vehicle is worth no less than $30,000, yet the highest bid as of yesterday is $9,100.

    It is still uncertain whether Michael Jackson really owned that 2004 Chevy SSR. There is a high chance that the clever doctor decided to use the pop-star's name to make a high price on eBay. So far there are no reliable documents or photos proving that Michael Jackson possessed or at least rode the vehicle.