This is my truck, a 2005 Chevy Silverado 2500HD. Its a Crewcab 4wd with the gas 6.0L. I previously had a 2001 Ford F150 Supercrew that was very special to me, but it was stolen and totaled in April 2007. I got this truck for a good deal and took it. I'm pretty happy with it. Only problem its given me so far was the power steering pump went, but thats what warrantys are good for haha.
As for upgrades, I have done..
Magnaflow Hi-Flow cats
3" Flowmaster True Duals with Flowmaster Super 44s
Magnaflow 4"x12" SS rolled edge tips
smoked taillights & brakelight
black bow tie emblems
I have always wanted to build a Suburban, and after a couple of years of saving, I ordered it special from Chevrolet equipped with the 496 cubic inch big block engine. Two weeks after I received the truck, I immediately started modding it for shows. Since I have not seen very many late model suburbans with any extensive suspension work, I decided to lay the frame on the ground. I called Eric Saliba at Little Shop of Horrors in Leoma, TN and he was more than willing to take on the task. The frame now sits on the ground tucking the huge 22" HPD Bing Rims within the fender wells. I've almost finished the exterior and will be starting on the interior within the next few months.
6.0L Vortec 364ci Vortec, 13mpg city.
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2500HD model, LS trim
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Magnaflow Hi-Flow cats, 3" duals H pipe'd, Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers, 4"x12" Magnaflow SS tips. I love the exhaust it sounds awesome [url]http://youtube.com/watch?v=lkXtwkbnnbk[/url]. I also smoked the taillights, brakelight, painted the stock grill & all the gold emblems black. 6k HIDs, HiperWhite LED bulbs in the DRLs, and I tinted it 20/5/20. Not going all out with modifying it just want it to look a little better.
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