The first-ever fullsize composite pickup box is going out of production just two years after its debut, Ward's has learned. General Motors Corp. is discontinuing its Pro-Tec technology for the ’04 model year due to weak demand. Pro-Tec bowed in 2001 as an $850 option on the Chevrolet Silverado. GM is discontinuing its composite pickup box technology." “We have discontinued that,” a GM spokeswoman confirms. “We’re a very innovative company, and we try new things. But even the ...
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