For a Maine truck, here is a very solid offering. This one owner, 5.3L, 2004 Chevy Silverado Z71 has not a spec of rust on the body and only surface corrosion on the frame. The rockers and cab corners have been re-done, the correct way, with welded-in panels and the seams being filled in with 3M Platinum Plus. The forest green paint is in very nice shape and there are only minor scratches and dings around the bed area. The inside of the bed has been professionally lined with spray-in liner.
The tan cloth interior is nearly flawless minus the typical and minor tear on the seam of the driver's power seat. Other than that one tear, the rest of the interior looks as though it was never sat in. All interior equipment works and all gauges read properly as well; there isn't a single dash-light illuminated.
Mechanically, this Silverado is sound. The engine starts and idles without hesitation and the automatic transmissions shifts well with no slipping what-so-ever. The floor shift 4WD works perfectly in both Hi and Lo 4WD (no grinding issues at all) - and the floor shift is much more reliable than the push-button optioned trucks.
Recent maintenance includes fresh oil and filter, BRAND NEW Wild Country XRT 265 75 16 Tires (Less than 200 miles on them), new inner and outer tie rods on the left/right sides (full kit), alignment/balance and newer front calipers and pads. Maine inspection is good through March 2018.