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On ebay and ending soon!

2008 Chevrolet Silverado LTZ 5.3 Liter V8 4 Wheel Drive Z71 Lifted Rough Country Pro Comp Superlift XD NFAB. 1 owner truck bought brand new from Harreld Chevrolet in Canton, Ms in 2008. Sticker price was over $37,000 brand new before taxes.. All work on the truck was done locally by certified mechanics/technicians. No wrecks or fender benders ever in this truck. Black in color with grey leather LTZ (Tahoe) Interior. Trimmed in wood grain. No tears, cracks, or holes in the leather. Minimal dents and dings from everyday driving. You will not find a nicer or cleaner truck. Well maintained and taken care of by a very conscious owner. 100,000 Mile powertrain warranty, I also purchased the 100,000 mile bumper to bumper warranty.

Mileage is 48,500 miles. Almost all highway. Lift kit has about 10,000 miles and the Pro Comp 2.75 Adjustable Coilovers and Pro Comp Rear MX6 Adjustable Shocks have about 4,000 miles. New wheels and tires have less than 2,000 miles on them. This truck has not been mud riding, rock climbing, in water or anything else of that nature. Not to say it would not make it! Factory/OEM Towing package for a firmer transmission shift when in tow mode. It has never towed anything over a 17 foot boat or a trailer and 4 wheeler. Heated Seats, Power windows, doors, locks, onstar, remote start, keyless enrty, heated mirrors, turn signals in mirrors, power folding mirrors. More options than can be listed. It has downloadable turn by turn navigation to a preset radio station provided through onstar. Built in phone and has its own phone number. XM radio. Auto dimming rear view mirror and side mirrors. Electronic 4 wheel drive selector. Can be in auto 4 wheel drive. Leather is in excellent shape as well as carpet floor. Never rained in or taken to the beach for sand to get in. Serviced every 3000 miles including topping fluid levels, oil change, greasing of all joints, etc. No salt in the South so no rust to worry about. The farthest the truck has ever been is Rome, GA, which is roughly 400 miles away. Now on to the goodies!

Rough Country Lift Kit- $1239.90
Pro Comp 2.75 Adjustable Coilovers and Rear MX6 Adjustable Shocks- $1600.00
NFAB 4 step Wheel to wheel Running Boards- $500
Spray in Bedliner- $500
Husky Floor Mats/Liners- $140
GM Chevrolet Painted Black Chrome Mesh Grille- $400
Smoked Taillights and 3rd Brake- $200
5 % Window Tint- $250
Jr Airaid Intake Tube and Filter- $120
XD ADDICT 20x9 6 on 5.5 Black Wheels with Pro Comp Xtreme Mud Terrain 35x12.50x20 Tires- $2800
6000k HID Low Beams and Fogs- $150
Pro Comp Rear Add A Leaf- $120
Grade 8 Rear Ubolts and Nuts- $80

This totals over $8000 in parts and does not include labor to install or shipping of the parts. Installation of these parts could easily be $2500-$3000 more. I have receipts for almost everything that has been done to the truck.

Truck will also come with any and all parts that were removed, not used, or I didn’t like. There are quite a few I might add. Bug Shields, Vent Visors, , OEM parts, etc.

For a price comparison BEFORE any lift kit, wheels and tires, upgrades or accessories are added to the truck these are the prices that Kelly Blue Book and NADA came up with. I believe that they are a trusted source for coming up with fair market value for an automobile.
KBB- Trade-In $21,100
Private Party $25,570
Retail $28,170

NADA- Trade-In $24,400
Private Party $28,050

Average Private Party of the two is $26,810

Please feel free to ask any and all questions, you can call or email 24/7. I can show the truck almost any time. You wont find a nicer, better built Silverado. All top quality parts used on this truck. Truck is located in Madison, Ms 39110.

Blake Gleason
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WTF are you up to now? You haven't kept the same set up on this truck for more than 2 weeks! GL with the sale. Bump for ya.

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