1993 Chevrolet Silverado
Super Clean Silverado
1993 Chevrolet Silverado 2500LD Pickup
- 5.0L V8 - Automatic Transmission - Flowmaster Exhaust System - Red and White Over Gray Interior - Incredible Condition - Skyjacker Suspension Components
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“Chevrolet is the best full-size pickup.” -1992 Chevrolet magazine advertisement touting J.D. Powers Initial Quality Survey results
That vintage advertisement concluded with “The Most Dependable Longest-Lasting Trucks.” In fact, another Chevy ad in the series proclaimed: “More than 98% of all Chevy trucks sold in the last ten years are still on the road.” Some 28 years later, the Chevy 2500 Silverado pickup offered here bears out that “longest-lasting” claim.
At just over 105,000 total miles—fewer than 4,000 miles per-year on average—this classic red-and-white, full-size, four-wheel-drive pickup hasn't merely “lasted,” it's become virtually timeless. Evident throughout the truck are signs of meticulous owner care and maintenance; there's not even a ding on the expansive sheet metal!
Body panel alignment is factory-perfect, and the gloss and absence of paint-fading strongly suggests the truck wasn't exposed to the environment when not in use. In fact, approximately 90% of the paint is original. The only change to the original paint was the addition of Stone-Guard paint to the lower 8-inches of the truck. Chrome bumpers and trim, lighting lenses, cabin glass, factory-applied emblems, “4x4” graphics, brushed-metal “Chevrolet” tailgate trim, steel 6-lug wheels, and the gold “bowtie” Chevrolet grille emblem are all well-maintained and damage-free. More proof of meticulous owner-care: the rear cargo box and tailgate are protected with a full, un-scarred bed-liner. Virtually no fading is present on any exterior surface. Brand new Michelin tires are mounted to the steel wheels.
Inside, the slight entry-and-exit wear on the street side of the driver's seat is the sole significant evidence of the truck's age. Otherwise, the condition of the two-tone gray fabric upholstery on the bench seat and door panels is very good. Carpeting (protected with GM-branded rubber floor mats), headliner, and door-sill step-over areas are all well-maintained. The classic, upright dash, instrument cluster (a style Chevy used for several model years) is complete. Factory radio and cassette audio units are in place. The truck is equipped with a steering-column-mounted automatic-transmission shifter and floor-mounted 4WD transfer case lever. Factory-applied data stickers showing vehicle build information and option codes remain in place.
Under the hood, the clean and fully detailed engine bay hosts the 5-liter Chevrolet V8. All components are properly located and functional. The chassis remains in great condition as well. A SkyJacker 2" front level kit was installed along with new control arms to make sure the job was done right. A Flowmaster exhaust system is in place and undamaged, with no sign of too-aggressive driving or significant off-road use. It's also worth mentioning that this truck is a 2500 LD that has a 7200 GVWR.
The more than 130 high-definition photographs available on the Garage Kept Motors site, together with the walk-around-and-startup video (and damage-free Carfax report) faithfully present this '93 Chevrolet 2500 pickup from every angle, including from underneath. That said, we always encourage in-person inspections at our Grand Rapids, Michigan showroom by interested parties, or their representatives. We ask only that appointments for such visits be made with us via phone or email in advance. In the same way, we are happy to answer any questions about the truck.
Back in 1993, Chevy's television ads for their trucks featured Bob Seger singing “Like a Rock.” Behind the wheel of this beautifully maintained 2500, the next owner is bound to be humming that tune.