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I have for sale a 2007 Silverado 1500 Classic 2wd crew cab truck. It is a one owner, rust free, fleet truck from S.C. An electrical company bought it new and it stayed in the south until I purchased it. These crew cab trucks are getting impossible to find without rust, below is a brief description:
Exterior: Black paint is all original, it stills shines pretty good for black, but it has been used as a work truck, so she does have her share of bumps and bruises. Big thing with this truck is, it's been in hot and dry central S.C. it's whole life. No rust in the body at all. Rockers, cab corners, bedsides, all super dry. Replaced the headlamps due to yellowing. Front bumper is straight and pretty nice, pad is new, rear bumper is bent on the corner slightly. Roof is great and dent free. Hood is as well. Right side has dents to the mouldings and slightly into the doors. Right bedside side has some white scratches. Left side is really nice and straight. Inside of bed has been is beat up pretty good, would really need to be Rhino lined to look good. All in all, the body is pretty good and original.
Interior: Tan interior is really just dirty, not worn. No holes or tears. Nothing that looks horrible to speak of, just needs to be cleaned real good and see what it looks like after. Would need headliner (missing) and carpet to be nice. Dash appears to have no cracks or damage. A/C is ice cold and heat works great. Windows, locks and all work as they should.
Drivetrain: Engine is the ever so great LS style 4.8 Liter. It runs good and smooth with no smoke or running problems. Never seen a drip or leak. New alternator and belt. It does however start clicking after it gets warm. Youtube and every mechanic known to man has always told me this is a common problem with all LS style engines sooner or later. I just flushed the engine and changed the oil. I've gotten estimates to replace all driver's side lifters locally from $600-$700, that fixes the problem. I had a 5.3 truck with the same problem, drove it 40,000 miles with the lifters rattling, never caused one problem. I did eventually have the lifters replaced on that truck, drove it another 2 years and 42,000 miles after that. So, it will be up to the new owner to decide. Transmission works perfect, no slips or anything. Wheels are Yukon 17", just put a brand new set of tires on it last week, don't have 20 miles on them. One center cap on the right rear is missing, $80 on Ebay. This truck drives perfect, smooth and with no issues.
In closing, the Classic style trucks are getting harder and harder to find. Regular cabs and crew cabs being the most rare to acquire. This one being a crew cab, all original, with no rust, makes it a real find. I buy, sell, and build trucks for a living and know what they are worth. It's not a show truck and is priced accordingly. So with that said, I will entertain serious offers to end the auction, but please, no low ball offers. I have been in the car business over 30 years, any questions you may have, just ask. Third party inspections are welcomed also. Don't hesitate to just shoot me a message about any extra pictures or info you may want. A $500 non-refundable deposit is due at auction's end. Thanks for looking and take care.
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