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New to the forum! 2016 RCSB Silverado


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Hey all! I’m new to the forums and I’m looking forward to gaining some knowledge as well as sharing my truck with you all as time goes by. I was 15 when I got my first Silverado. A 2006 RCSB W/T. Silver Birch Metallic, had no power windows, seats, cruise control or even a powerful engine! 4.3 V6 and she was a DOG. Still, it was all mine and I kept it as clean as I could and took good care of it until some idiot ran a red light and t boned me. 
 

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Since then, I’ve made an upgrade into the truck of my dreams. I’ve always been a big fan of the 2016-18 Silverados! I sought out to find an RCSB truck and although it took a while, I recently found the perfect truck. 2016 RCSB Silverado. Tungsten Metallic, 5.3, 2 WD LT package! Super low miles sitting at 35k and it was well taken care of. 
 

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I would love to drop it a little bit (don’t want it slammed) and put some clean 20” wheels on it. It already has a great sounding exhaust and I currently can’t think of any other mods I want to do to it . It’s such a clean cool and perfect truck! 
 

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an interior shot, only thing I’ve done is added a Maxliner Smartliner full width rubber floor mat to protect the carpet floor 🙌🏽

 

Mainly in life, I’m into Lowriders and Kustom cars! I’m especially a big fan of the ‘70s style Lowriders. I’ve been fixing up an oddball since I was 18 in early 2020. It’s a 1968 Chrysler New Yorker. 7.2L (440 ci) engine, 3 speed Torqueflite 727 trans, 8 3/4 rear with 2.76 highway cruiser gears. I may swap it out for a 3.23 suregrip rear, but I ain’t trying to race with the old lady:) The car is 1 of 8,056 produced in 1968. This was Chrysler’s top of the line model, only under the Imperial (but that was its own separate brand.) Mine comes pretty well equipped with features such as power windows, power seats, AC/Heat/Defrost, Cruise Control, Power Assist Brakes and more stuff I can’t remember off the top of my head! It hasn’t ran since 1980. Recently I had the 440 and 727 rebuilt and I can’t wait to be mobbing down the streets with it! It’s going to be one sick 70s style cruiser. 
 

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