SEMA - Chevrolet Silverado Big Red Show Vehicle

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  1. TriShield

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    CHEVROLET HD CREW Z71 'BIG RED'

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    Taking cues from Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s "Big Red" Silverado that debuted at SEMA in 2006, the '08 Silverado HD Crew Z71 Big Red demonstrates how that expressive concept's unique features would look with production-type components. It combines numerous GM Accessories inspired by Earnhardt's Big Red and features additional custom touches. It also supposes the popular Z71 off-road package on the Silverado 2500HD – a model not offered by the factory. It's powered by the 6.6L Duramax turbo-diesel V-8 and a six-speed Allison transmission.

    Vehicle highlights:

    * Silverado 2500HD Crew Cab 4x4
    * Z71 grille and bumper; underbody protection
    * Z71 badging on floor mats, sill plates and instrument cluster
    * 6.6L Duramax diesel with Allison six-speed automatic transmission
    * "Earnhardt Red" exterior color
    * Lifted ride height
    * Rancho shocks
    * Ballistic nylon seat material

    GM Accessories features (production and concept):

    * 20 x 35-inch wheel-and-tire package (concept)
    * Box storage management system
    * Portable DVD player system
    * Integrated loading ramp running boards
    * Chrome door and tow hooks
    * Light bar integrated in GMA box rail
    * Fuel door (concept)
    * Bed rug
    * Two-way remote start
    * HD billet grille
    * Hood louvers
    * Rear wheelhouse liners
     
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    like it but that plastic avalanche/ridgeline bed topper is gay.
     
  3. 04blackgmc

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    rancho lift.

    i would drive it
     

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