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2000 Chevrolet Silverado - 5.3 with a 5 speed manual transmission.

For sale is my 2000 Silverado 3 door extra cab short bed truck. The truck was originally a 4.3L v6 5 speed manual truck that I bought with ~65k miles on it. Currently the truck has ~ 143k miles on it. The truck is an LS model with power windows, door locks, cruise, remotely adjustable mirrors, ETC. The V6 was swapped out for a 1999 5.3 Vortec motor and it's mated to the original 5 speed transmission and the engine has ~133k miles on it. The truck has a grey cloth interior that is in good shape for it's age. The truck is lowered 3" in the front and ~4.5" in the rear and has 20" wheels with 275/40 tires. The truck also has a 20" spare with the same size tire. The paint was done at home a couple years ago and looks good from far but far from good. The truck was originally all white. The truck has what I call a GM big brake kit on it. See the details below for all the specs. The AC works very well and the compressor and drier was replaced in 7/17. The truck also has a factory 2" class II tow hitch installed.

Engine
5.3 Vortec motor (LS based) with ~145k miles on it. It was put in ~30k miles ago and has the following:
224/224, .563, .563 lift 114LSA Competition Cam
Newer Timing Chain Set
LS6 Valve Springs
Hardened pushrods
Trunnion bearing upgrade
When the motor was installed it replaced the valve cover, oil pan, rear main seal, front timing cover, intake and exhaust gaskets along with new spark plugs. A new clutch was also installed at the same time
Stainless long tube headers, off-road Y-pipe, and single stainless 3" cat back exhaust with custom all stainless muffler.
Recently I've changed both O2 sensors and new plug wires.
Water pump was replaced in 3/19
Battery was replaced in 8/19
Cold air intake system
Electric fan conversion.
The truck has a custom BlackBear tune setup for 87 octane fuel.

Front Chassis
2" drop spindles with a 1" drop spring and Belltech Street performer shocks
2007+ 13" front rotors and matching calipers. The rotors are zinc plated drilled and slotted (brakes are from a rear drum brake truck since they upped the rotor size from a 12" to 13" as well as the upped piston diameters on these models)
New upper and lower complete control arm assemblies
New Steering Rack and steering pump.
New outer tie rod ends
Rear Chassis:
6" Belltech Flip Kit with c-notch and street performer shocks
1.5" Add a leaf springs - adds 900lbs load capacity.
Escalade Rear anti sway bar added.
2006 Z71 Suburban rear brake rotors and calipers. The rotors are zinc plated drilled and slotted. These brakes come with a thicker vented rotor as well as dual piston calipers (vs stock single piston calipers and non-vented rotors).
The rear axle is the factory 3:42 rear ratio but has been upgraded with an Auburn style clutch limited slip differential.

The stereo in the truck has ben upgraded with a double din BOSS Bluetooth head unit, All speakers have been upgraded (JBL or Infinity?) and there are 2 Kicker 10" subwoofers in an under rear seat enclosure driven by a BOSS amp.
I also added a innovative Wide band Gauge to the instrument cluster.
Truck runs and drives very well, the steering is tight, and there are no issues. No check Engine light. A/C Blows cold and everything works like it should

Asking $6,000 OBO

Trades considered, but mainly looking for cash. feel free to send offers, my feeling don't get hurt, I'll just say no.

Cash only in person deals - No Exeptions!
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