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Help regarding purchase of 07 Classic.

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Hey guys, great information on this forum. I am currently looking at a short bed, reg cab, 4.8. I love how these trucks look and the motors seem pretty great. I was curious as to what I should be looking for in regards to problem areas.

The truck only has 60k on it, immaculate interior and very few dings outside. I think it has the work truck package due to the rubber floor and basic stereo. This truck is at a used car lot, and hes asking 12.9 plus fees, which seems semi high for a 10 year old truck.

 

Is this guy in the ballpark with his price? Am I gimping myself by going with a 4.8 instead of holding out for a 5.3? I was told by someone the 07 Classics were a little harder to find, is that true at all? Appreciate any and all info.

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Go to kbb.com and price it out...lot owner must really like his vehicles

Same truck in my area, according to kbb, goes for about $6000

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In my part of Florida, that price isn't out of the norm, a Duramax of the same year runs more than double that price!

 

A WT is quite simple and therefore probably more reliable over the long term. If you're good with a simple no frills truck compared with the regular offerings, go for it.

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Yeah, the pricing seems all over the place. I dont know if this is actually a WT model, im just calling that due to the lack of options. http://bestpriceturlock.com/inventory/1351154/2007-Chevrolet-Silverado-1500/There are a few pictures if interested.

My whole goal is to just have a nice street truck, probably just bolt-ons in the future.

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This kinda falls into the category of what it's worth to you and what you can buy with that money. I have an old truck I wouldn't part with for 3 times it's book value.

 

 

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