LEVELED 2018 CHEVROLET SILVERADO

Leveled Truck

$44,990

75,723 miles

LEVELED 2018 CHEVROLET SILVERADO

$44,990

LEVELED 2018 CHEVROLET SILVERADO

LT Z71 | 4WD

$44,990

75,723 miles

$44,990 | 75,723 miles

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Overview

Stock #

U21320

VIN

3GCUKREC6JG367453

Year

2018

Make

Chevrolet

Model

Silverado

Drive

4WD

Exterior Color

White

Interior Color

Black

Mileage

75,723

Fuel Type

Gasoline

Engine

5.3L EcoTec3 V8

Transmission

Automatic

Description

LEVELED!! XD WHEELS!! Z-71!! 2018 Chevrolet Silverado. Pick up truck. Crew Cab. Short 5.8 foot bed. 6 passenger seating with fold down center console. 5.3L Ecotech V8. Automatic 6 speed transmission. 4 wheel drive. Keyless entry. Remote auto start. Power locks. Power windows. Power mirrors. Power seats. Dual zone climate control. Traction control. Factory trailer brake controller. Hill descent. Chevrolet MyLink entertainment. Bluetooth audio. Bluetooth hands free calling. SiriusXM. ONstar. Back up camera. Steering wheel controls. Tilt wheel. Tinted privacy glass. Rear defrost. Rear cargo lamp. All weather floor mats. Fog lights. Tow package. Leveled. 20 inch XD wheels. 275/65/R20LT tires (34.1 inch).

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It was all a dream...

Ultimate Rides consists of Nick Bulanda and his carefully built team who have been buying, building and selling vehicles for over fifteen years. Nick had a dream to buy, build and sell custom vehicles from rust free states. Build a business on a great reputation and always make sure customers are happy with their purchase. In the auto business that sometimes is hard to do, but year after year their business grew and five star reviews started to come in. He started his Ultimate Rides journey with his dad and two brothers, who was a big part of building the business they have today. In 2016 Jake passed away and losing his brother was the hardest thing he ever had to deal with. Even though he had a tragic loss, he found employees who are like family. He plans to keep the vision and continue to set a new trend for the Chicagoland market. Keep customers number one and grow this business for their baby brother Jake.