Buying a used, heavily modified pickup can be a bit of a crapshoot – you never know exactly what you’re gonna get. That said, this particular 2020 GMC Sierra 2500HD Denali is a little different. Built for presentation at the 2019 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, this heavy-duty pickup is practically dripping with high-end aftermarket parts and custom pieces, and now, it’s up for sale in Canada.
Offered by Sherwood Buick GMC in Sherwood Park, Alberta, this GMC Sierra was built by the dealer’s in-house customs department, Sherwood Customs, and very much looks the part of a lifted SEMA machine.
First things first, let’s talk about that ride height. This GMC Sierra stands tall thanks to a massive 12-inch lift courtesy of Bulletproof Suspension, which includes four remote reservoir shocks in front and two in the rear. The rig rolls on 26-inch by 16-inch Forged Nation Wheels fitted with Fuel Gripper MT tires, while a custom grille from Overkill Fab punctuates the front end. A set of bumpers from Bodyguard Bumpers adds to the aesthetic, while Bodyguard side steps and box step make it a little easier to climb onboard.
The lighting upgrades on this GMC Sierra are also quite extensive, with custom headlamps and tail lamps, plus six cube lights and a 30-inch LED light bar from Kodiak Lighting. Hilariously, there’s also a Hornblaster Spare Tire Delete Kit with Master Conductor train horns installed in the rear.
Finally, the mirrors, box trim, and fender trim were all color matched, while the bumpers , wheels and axles were powder coated, and the frame was painted with pearl fleck over gloss black.
Of course, all this custom goodness doesn’t come cheap. The truck is currently listed at CA$199,980, which converts over as $150,985 in U.S. dollars at current exchange rates (2/12/2020).
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Source: Sherwood Buick GMC