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2007 Silverado 2500 HD Classic #5127773 06/07/19 09:43 AM
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2500 HD Classic Duramax

173,xxx miles
New alternator, batteries, tires and rims 6 months ago
Back bumper replaced 18 months ago
brake and fuel lines replaced 3 years ago
WT trim = no carpet, power window or locks
Tekonsha brake controller
Very well maintained, it has been my baby since new.
15,500 OBO
Located in Monroe CT


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trying to resize the picture, having trouble!!


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Dirt Bikes and a Harley for the summer!
Ski-Doo for the winter.



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Last of the GMT800s!


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I'm sure your's is in nice condition. My son has the same model 4x4 (big gas V-8, not diesel) with upgraded trim (power locks & windows) and driven hard in his business. He purchased it new for $27,657 in December 2006. After 12 years, IMO either your asking price is too high or the market for diesels in your area is much stronger than most.


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My truck was just under 40k in May of 2007.


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Re: 2007 Silverado 2500 HD Classic [Re: Bambam] #5127854 06/07/19 11:27 AM
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If it's clean the price is reasonable. 4x4 pickups bring crazy money these days although the W/T will be a hard sell being more of a limited market to commercial buyers. Personally I wouldn't buy any later model diesel out of warranty myself.

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Originally Posted by Bambam
My truck was just under 40k in May of 2007.

Crew cab and the Duramax options are the difference. Good luck with the sale.


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Originally Posted by atikovi
If it's clean the price is reasonable. 4x4 pickups bring crazy money these days although the W/T will be a hard sell being more of a limited market to commercial buyers. Personally I wouldn't buy any later model diesel out of warranty myself.
This is a low mileage enthusiast's truck now. If you wanted a GMT800 Dmax back then but didn't get one, this is the truck you would want.

I could see someone wanting creature comforts and businesses wanting something newer. Unless that business owner really likes GMT800 Dmax trucks, then they would be an enthusiast.


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Allison or 6 speed manual? DPF or deleted? Frame & underbody rust free (preferably sprayed with Krown, FF, or similar)? I'm not personally in the market, but I've noticed diesel pickup prices falling lately-nobody wants to deal with the emissions or pay extra for the fuel.


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Originally Posted by bullwinkle
Allison or 6 speed manual? DPF or deleted? Frame & underbody rust free (preferably sprayed with Krown, FF, or similar)? I'm not personally in the market, but I've noticed diesel pickup prices falling lately-nobody wants to deal with the emissions or pay extra for the fuel.


It's a 2007 Classic, So it has a LBZ which was never backed by a 6 speed manual, 6 speed Allison 1000 was the only option. No DPF!

ALL 2007 Classics have engines(LBZ) that were assembled in 2006, That's how GM got away with selling 2007 model year trucks without particulate filters.
A quick look at the emissions sticker on the Air Filter housing will show that the engine meets 2006 emissions regulations.


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Originally Posted by maxdustington
Originally Posted by atikovi
If it's clean the price is reasonable. 4x4 pickups bring crazy money these days although the W/T will be a hard sell being more of a limited market to commercial buyers. Personally I wouldn't buy any later model diesel out of warranty myself.
This is a low mileage enthusiast's truck now. If you wanted a GMT800 Dmax back then but didn't get one, this is the truck you would want.

I could see someone wanting creature comforts and businesses wanting something newer. Unless that business owner really likes GMT800 Dmax trucks, then they would be an enthusiast.



I never considered the GMT900 a leap forward in any way, Just different! In fact the interiors don't hold up as well as the 800.
A built-in trailer brake controller & AUX input isn't really groundbreaking. And the LMM Duramax was just a LBZ with added emissions equipment.
I wouldn't buy a CP4 equipped LML truck unless it was really cheap.


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It has an Allison transmission. Very few bites locally , all low ballers and dreamers. I'm keeping it.. It's been maintained extremely well , minimal rust and I still love driving it ! AND oh boy if you put your foot into her, she just giddy ups !!!!


07 DMAX CC 4x4 ~ Synthetics in the driveline, Delo XLE 15w40 in the sump.
Dirt Bikes and a Harley for the summer!
Ski-Doo for the winter.



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People want deals in private party sales. You are at the cusp in pricing that people who are going to pay that amount, would rather deal with a car lot that can help with financing or tote the note.

Come off the sentimental value a couple grand, it will probably move quicker.


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Where's the pics?

Also share pics of the frame, curious to see what that looks like.


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Originally Posted by oilpsi2high
Where's the pics?

Also share pics of the frame, curious to see what that looks like.



I'll try, couldn't post a pic of the truck...... give me a few days.


07 DMAX CC 4x4 ~ Synthetics in the driveline, Delo XLE 15w40 in the sump.
Dirt Bikes and a Harley for the summer!
Ski-Doo for the winter.



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