A heavily redesigned Chevy Colorado pickup truck is being auctioned

A heavily redesigned Chevy Colorado pickup truck is being auctioned

October 10, 2020 0 By autotimesnews

A heavily modified Chevy Colorado pickup truck will be auctioned. The novelty has received a more powerful engine and impressive off-road capabilities.

This American pickup truck boasts a massive 6.8-liter Duramax diesel engine that’s even larger than the 6.6-liter Duramax standard on the Chevy Silverado HD. The exact figures for the power of the new power unit are not named, but it is known that the S&B Filters air intake also works with it, and a more efficient exhaust system is installed.

The makers of this pickup claim that their vehicle still has impressive off-road capabilities.

It has BDS suspension, 5-inch Fox coilover conversion kit with compression adjusters, Baja Kits suspension with long travel upper and lower control arms. A set of massive 37-inch Falken Wildpeak M / T off-road tires, which are “clad” with 17 “Machete XD badlock wheels, give this Colorado a tall, monstrous look.

The modified Colorado features an M-Racks roof rack and a Tuff Stuff Overland. Other modifications include N-FAB RKR stone carriages, BedRug carpet, RotopaX fluid storage container and mounting plates. There is optional Rigid Industries LED lighting and high fenders with faux glare.

If you’d like to add this vehicle to your garage, this Chevy Colorado Overlander is heading to Dallas Mecum Auctions from October 15th to 17th.

Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote about a rather stylish version of the Pontiac Aztek crossover in the back of the Chevy Trailblazer. An independent artist presented his vision of the American crossover Pontiac Aztek. The virtual novelty received a body from the popular mid-size crossover Chevy Trailblazer.