Regular Cab Silverado HD — Too Clean for Tearing It Up?
One-owner 2013 Silverado 2500 HD received ‘way above average care,’ stored in climate-controlled setting.
Most Chevy trucks are out and about doing what they do best, whether that’s carrying dirt to a community garden, protecting celebrities and politicians from the public, or bringing Camaros to the drag strip.
Some trucks, though, are treated as well as a split-window Corvette. Such is the case with this one-owner 2013 Silverado 2500 HD that we spotted the other day on Racing Junk.
The owner “took way above average care” of the Silverado since purchasing it in 2013, keeping clean after every outing and storing it in climate-controlled setting when not in use. The regular cab Chevy has a 7.5-inch lift, and rides on a set of new wheels and tires.
The inside of the black-on-black Silverado is as wonderful as the outside, looking as much as it did when the owner bought the truck years ago. That’s dedication, to say the least.
That’s not to say the Silverado hasn’t moved around much in those years, as its logged over 52,000 miles. And who knows? Maybe more Chevy truck owners will follow his lead in treating their pickups like gold.
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