This 2011 Chevy Silverado, $68,995, comes to us from snowy Iowa, and it’s about to reach a new status of celebrity in the truck world. The dealer says it will be featured in “Truckin’ Magazine” this upcoming year and it was among the many outstanding builds for SEMA 2013.
Its full name is the 2011 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD LT Crew Cab Pickup 4WD 8 Cylinders 6.6L, and, if you cannot already tell, it’s a truly unique truck. According to the dealer, over $100,000 has been “invested” in it. Some of the exterior upgrades include the obvious 12” Bulletproof suspension lift with Fox 2.0 shocks that have been customized in blue. The 22X14 American Force Wheels have also been customized in blue and white. Around the front you’ll find a BMF Death Metal mesh grille. You’ll easily climb in the driver’s seat with the help of AMP Research Powerstep running boards, which automatically extend when you open your door.
Customized lighting was fully completed on this truck. Light bars and LED fog lights can be found on the front and rear bumpers. There are custom-designed headlamps and 50” light bars. The lighting display finishes up with RECON Line of Fire LED brakes, LED blinkers and an LED reverse light.
If airbrushed designs aren’t your thing, then this may not be the truck for you. Airbrushed graphics highlight the dash, steering wheel and interior door handles. The unique interior is complete with black suede seats.
A lifted truck is not for the faint at heart, and this one doesn’t fail. Would you be brave enough to take this Chevy for a spin or actually purchase it?