Super Sport Roadster - SUPERCHARGED - Limited Production - 17k Miles
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2005 Chevrolet SSR - Supercharged
Check out this low mileage modern Hot Rod! Inspired by Hot Rods and early '50's Chevy pickups, Chevrolet crafted the now iconic Super Sport Roadster. You don't see many on the road and this one's got a little something special under the hood.
A supercharged LS2 V8 pulls you at pace in this bad boy. The first owner of this SSR had a Magna/Magnuson Radix Supercharger and Intercooler system installed to give the stock horsepower a bit of a bump. Helping transfer power to the pavement are sticky tires wrapped around an attractive set of wheels from Hot Rod icon Boyd Coddington that measure 19” (front) and 20” (rear). Chevy definitely added some flair with the design of the exterior, giving a custom hot rod look - body raked forward, narrow front, wider rear, low raked windshield, larger wheels in the rear, large flared fenders, smooth rear end with two simple exhaust pipes, and simple tail lights. The exterior of this SSR has a few subtle after-market add ons including some stripes, front and rear Chevy “bowties”, the hood 'Chevrolet' script plate, and a hidden trailer hitch receiver. Hot rod influence continues in the interior of this sweet ride. A pair of bucket seats, a color matched sweeping center console, simple dashboard, and 3 auxiliary gauges mounted down low. Unlike most Hot Rods, this car has an easy to use power hardtop that makes it as simple as a push of a button to go from top up, to cruising with the wind in your hair.
There weren't many of the SSR's made in the production run by the time the plant was closed. With the mods and low miles on this one, this SSR is one of a kind. The fastest SSR we've seen. Be sure to check out all the photos and video on our main website: Garage Kept Motors. Call if interested or e-mail with any questions. Thank you for looking.