Zane replied to Zane's topic in The NewsroomThat would be my guess but GM has not announced anything yet.
We've ran two amazing sets of photographs that show the 2019 Silverado and Sierra without cladding for the first time. If you have not seen them, click on the links below to see the galleries. Each set is around 20-photos. 2019 Chevrolet Silverado Spy Shots 2019 GMC Sierra Spy Shots
Zane posted a topic in The NewsroomZane Merva Executive Editor / Publisher, GM-Trucks.com 11/7/2017 Only a few short days after capturing our first look at the 2019 Chevrolet Silverado without cladding for the first time, our unflagging spy photographer has done it again. This time however, the Silverado's next gen twin, a 2019 GMC Sierra got the once over. Just like the Silverado, the T1XX Sierra has shed all of it's body-disguising cladding for a more visually revealing "camo-only" set of clothes. Check out our T1XX / 2019 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra Discussion Forum Our photographer reports:
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Zane posted a topic in The NewsroomZane Merva Executive Editor / Publisher, GM-Trucks.com 11/2/2017 What will the future T1XX 2019 Silverado look like? That's the question we're getting closer to answering thanks to our amazing spy photographer. ADDED 11/7/2017 - We now also have photos of the 2019 GMC Sierra in a similar state of camo. Check out our T1XX / 2019 Chevrolet Silverado & GMC Sierra Discussion Forum Here's what our photographer says:
Well, bad news everyone. Due to a storm in NH, Josh and I were not able to travel to Vegas on Monday. SouthWest canceled all available flights and we were stuck in NH. We're still reporting on the show but unfortunately cannot do it from the show. Thanks for your understanding. We'll be back live at SEMA next year.
Zane Merva Executive Editor/Publisher, GM-Trucks.com 10/26/2017 As the seasons change and October hits wall calendar, many americans shift attention to major holidays coming up before the end of the year. Automotive enthusiasts, however, start to think of something else that happens this time of year. SEMA. The Specialty Equipment Manufacturing Association again plays host to the largest automotive aftermarket trade show in the world, October 31st, through November 2nd, 2017. Yeah, that's next week. The SEMA Show, or just "SEMA" as many call it, is only held once a year at the Las Vegas Convention Center and is arguably the most important trade show in the automotive world. The show is a literal playground for anyone who finds excitement in staring at built up vehicles and new accessories. Unfortunately, it's also not open to the public and attendees must prove affiliation to an industry related business to be able to attend. Thankfully for you, GM-Trucks.com will have three people on the ground finding all the coolest GM related truck stuff. Myself, @Josh and @Chris will report live from the show floor Tuesday October 31st and Wednesday November 1st . We'll report on everything Chevrolet Performance debuts, every concept vehicle GM develops, and tons of photography of built-up pickups that you're going to drool over. We're also planning on live streaming from the show floor via Facebook. Make sure to follow GM-Trucks.com on Facebook get updates and watch our streams live. We'll have more details and reports Monday night as we live post the Chevrolet Performance Press Conference. In the meantime, check out what Chevrolet's already announced for this year's show and some photos from years past.
Zane replied to Spurshot's topic in 2014 / 2015 / 2016 / 2017 / 2018 Silverado & Sierra Accessories & ModificationsWe have gone full LED on Project Sierra using Sylvania ZEVO LED bulbs. Of course, they need resistors. With four turn signals up front and four brake/turn bulbs in the back, that's EIGHT resistors we had to install. It was a PITA but has worked flawlessly since and looks SAF. Front Turn Signals Tail Lights
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