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yeah we just grinded the front of the calliper so the tire wouldnt rub but if you didnt want to do that you could get a thicker wheels spacer

 

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Looks like yellow freight color to me. At least the Silverado.

The Tacoma is more of the Inferno Orange GM color. Has a metallic to it.

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What the....9efe5ad47a313563b5bf5a7f3af6ba07.jpgb5ade4a534aa63a1465d49f56e021066.jpg

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I searched cars.com and there are 2 orange Silverados for sale in the country. This one, and one in SD but that one has no pic so might just be a website error.

The one above the window sticker says "$495 special exterior color...Tangier Orange"

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Ugly... yes. But if it’s the only one in the country, seems like it would be quite a collectible.

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Ugly... yes. But if it’s the only one in the country, seems like it would be quite a collectible.
Maybe if it was a trail boss or ltz, but why a special color like that on a base trim LT?

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11 minutes ago, ShamrockShooter said:

Maybe if it was a trail boss or ltz, but why a special color like that on a base trim LT?

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I suppose my thought is simply, first year model of anything, combined with rare factory paint? I agree that it would be more desirable (from a collectible standpoint) on a trail boss or Ltz, but who is gonna do that?!?! 😂

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You know there is a dukes of Hazzard fan out there that wants that truck

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8 hours ago, ShamrockShooter said:

How is the tire sound on the bfgs vs the stock duratacs?

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The BFG’s are noticeably quieter than the Duratracs. Not that I hated the sound.

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2 hours ago, ShamrockShooter said:

I searched cars.com and there are 2 orange Silverados for sale in the country. This one, and one in SD but that one has no pic so might just be a website error.

The one above the window sticker says "$495 special exterior color...Tangier Orange"

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There’s a dealership in Albany NY that has one, happened to see it while driving by. It was hard to miss.

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There’s a dealership in Albany NY that has one, happened to see it while driving by. It was hard to miss.
That's the same truck. Depaula

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That's the same truck. Depaula

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I just saw one on the road in Buffalo New York on Niagara Street look like a state truck


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I assume these special colors that wind up on the lots are just fleet orders that government agencies backed out of taking delivery. I’ve seen a few LTs also for sale in “game warden green”.

 

All I know is I’d be pissed if I was the dealer stuck with that thing. Good luck finding a buyer off the street for that. 

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17 hours ago, Sam_dwlng07 said:

yeah we just grinded the front of the calliper so the tire wouldnt rub but if you didnt want to do that you could get a thicker wheels spacer

 

You are a brave man. I wasnt sure if there was a reason why that hump is on the front of the caliper. 

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