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Question DetailsAsked on 3/6/2015

How much does it cost to get a 2002 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

Two-tone, blue with silver

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Check out the prices on or - the Retail price is what you would expect to pay at a dealer, the wholesale value is more what around what you might pay to an individual seller on Craigslist or such.

You could also scan Craigslist and similar sites for listings for ones similar to what you are looking for.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD


Your question isn't very clear. Are you asking how much it would cost to get a two tone paint job on a vehicle you own? Prices for that vary. What color is your truck now? If it's already blue or silver? If so, the job is a lot less expensive than changing the color of the truck completely.

Source: 40 years of paint and body experience.

Answered 5 years ago by Dlauw


Good catch by Dlauw - I have gotten to ignoring the category people put on their questions because they are so often wrong - so I assumed you were talking buying one (or trying to get a value for yours).

As Dlauw said - depends on current colors- especially as lighter over darker takes a complete reprime coat so there is no show through.

Cheapo one-color spray jobs, exterior of body only, commonly run about $500-1500 like at Maaco and Earl Scheib. For a two-tone or mid-quality one-color job more like probably $1500-3000 range. For a higher quality exterior-only body job more like $3000-6000 range probably, complete repaint (essentially all surfaces inside and out except without removing engine/transmission/fuel tank and such to get totally in around them) more like $5-10,000. Showroom finish all-over, equivalent to original including removing removeable panels to paint the matching faces like for repainting a classic or antique can run $10-20,000. Rough ballparks, obviously.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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