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Autotrader Find: 2015 Chevy Silverado With Escalade Front End

If you’re a fan of the Cadillac Escalade or GM’s pickup trucks, you probably already know that General Motors made a pickup version of the Escalade for a period. Dubbed the Escalade EXT, it was canceled at the end of the Escalade’s third generation, and it’s unlikely to return.

But if you’re missing it terribly, here’s your chance to get back into the Cadillac Escalade pickup truck world. What you see here is a 2015 Chevy Silverado, except that it’s been heavily modified — and one of the modifications is that it now wears the front end from a Cadillac Escalade. It’s a really professional conversion and it looks totally factory, and I’m truly impressed with exactly how Escalade-y this Silverado looks.

There are a lot of other modifications, too. One is the bright blue paint, which surely wasn’t a factory color — and then there’s the huge lift, said in the description to be 12 inches. There are also aftermarket wheels, upgraded tires, massive light bars and a lot more stuff that makes this Silverado stand out from all the others — although, to me, the absolute most interesting is that Escalade front end.

If you’re interested in a standout Escalade, this particular example is a 2015 model that’s traveled just 14,100 miles from new. It’s offered for $69,995 by Jim’s Auto Sales in the Los Angeles area, which is big money — but probably less than you’d spend if you tried to modify your Silverado in a similar fashion. Find a Chevrolet Silverado for sale

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  1. Might just be the angle … but thing looks like it would barely be able to turn with out the wheels rubbing the $&@! Out on the fenders and frame.  Massively Lifted vehicles need special attention payed to clearance and shock travel 

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