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This is the ideal pickup to pull the big gooseneck or fifth wheel RV. It has all the options recommended for heavy
towing: HD trailering; one ton rating; large outside mirrors, power-adjustable, manually folding and extending,
heated with integrated turn-signal indicator; integrated brake controller; 3.73 real axle; Allison 6-speed auto
transmission; HD 4 wheel power disc brakes; engine oil cooling system; HD transmission cooling system;
camper/5th wheel trailer wiring provisions; 7 wire harness; and tow/haul trailer control. It has a long box.
Other features not mentioned above: remote vehicle starting; remote keyless entry; 40/20/40 split bench seat with
front leather seating surfaces; rear 60/40 folding bench seat; electric rear window defogger; seat adjuster driver
side, 6-way; carpeting, color-keyed; ultrasonic rear parking assist; mirror with compass and temperature; power
adjustable pedals, dual 12 amp alternators; tire pressure monitor; AM/Fm stereo with CD/MPC; XM satellite radio;
front and rear chrome bumpers; chrome grill; recovery hooks; engine block heater; leather wrapped steering wheel;
spare wheel and tire; dual batteries; off-road suspension package: skid plates; 170 degree wide opening rear
doors; electronic shift transfer case; fog lamps; dual 12-volt power outlets; tilt steering wheel; cargo box
illuminating; weight distributing platform hitch; air conditioning; On Star; spare tire lock; and illuminated
These features were added after purchase: chrome tubular side step assists (cost: $1, 001); bed mat and tail gate
cover (cost: $130); side wind deflectors ($89); bed rails (cost $106); GM polished aluminum wheels (cost: $367.00);
tonneau bed cover (cost: $900); and B and W turnover ball gooseneck hitch (cost: $620.00).
Receive monthly diagnostic maintenance reports from GM via On Star. All recommended services were performed on
time at Ellensburg, WA Chevy dealer. Only repairs performed were to the tire pressure monitoring sensors. All
other systems on truck perform satisfactorily.
Extremely low mileage of 32, 829 resulted from only using truck to occasionally pull 20-foot aluminum gooseneck
trailer to haul cattle to livestock market (150 mile roundtrip) and for pulling new gooseneck and bumper hitch
trailers from Nebraska area. Trips were made to pull loads of antiques back to Washington. As we are retired, we
no longer need this big of a towing rig. I have ordered a new Silverado 1500.
This truck is in excellent condition both mechanically and cosmetically. It is a beauty! There are no issues. It
is very clean both inside and out. While not on the road, it has been housed in my heated garage.
The Blue Book retail value of this truck with all of its optional added features is $37, 070.