2007 Silverado : SEMA show truck by GM Performance Division

2007 Silverado : SEMA show truck by GM Performance Division

This gorgeous Chevy Silverado was built by GM performance division and debuted at the 2007 SEMA show in Las Vegas for GM Performance Parts. With only 2,700 miles from new; It’s powered by a 427 LSX crate engine using ceramic coated long tube headers and a true dual exhaust with stainless resonators.
The paint is truly show quality inside and out. Interior features a custom carbon fiber gauge cluster, leather wrapped custom stitched seats and matching steering wheel, billet pedals and all stock functioning controls you’d see on a 2007 Silverado.
22″ wheels and nearly new tires fit nicely in the wheel openings. The ride height has been lowered 2″.
In the bed is a highly polished and detailed GM Performance Parts 572 crate engine. The engine is held by a custom made CNC machined aluminum cradle which is easily removable and clips into the bed’s cargo management system.

This vehicle was built for show and display purposes only and cannot be registered for use on public roads by an individual. The engine in the bed is not included.

Dealers, collectors and European buyers take notice! This truck is a piece of Chevrolet history.

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