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I'm selling my 2014 front jump seat from my 2014 silverado it is black(ebony in color) and is out of a truck with only 7100 miles on it. It has never been flipped up and used as a seat nor has the lower storage ever been used. It's in immaculate condition. I'm not quite sure what these are worth since I've yet to see any for sale so I'm looking for $400 plus shipping OBO. Please pm me I want this thing gone! Plus I don't want to risk it getting damage being stored in my garage.

 

 

PM me with any questions or pm me your number and we'll talk about it.

 

Thanks!

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Make an offer, want this gone!

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do you still have it

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Did you take this out? Are you putting in the center console?

yes, i installed a full console in its place.

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Where did you get the console. After seeing the full console I need to switch

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i bought it through the dealership, it was the easiest way to go to make sure that everything was ordered in the right colors and such. wasn't to badly priced in my opinion either.

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i bought it through the dealership, it was the easiest way to go to make sure that everything was ordered in the right colors and such. wasn't to badly priced in my opinion either.

 

If you don't mind me asking how much was the center console?

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it cost me around $500 for the console, didn't find out until afterwards that the cupholder for the console does not come with any of the console pieces anymore. therefore i had to order that aft wards, it cost me another $90 (i couldn't believe it, $90 for a cupholder lol) but otherwise I'm happy.

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