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THE 2022 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1500 LTD VS. THE 2022 CHEVROLET SILVERADO 1500

The pandemic threw a rod into the spokes of the car production wheel, as well as car sales. Dealers and manufacturers had to adjust. Chevrolet dealt with the 2022 Silverado 1500 in a unique way – bringing back the Limited – abbreviated LTD – model designation.

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Martinsburg, WV

Martinsburg was established in 1778. The town was named by its founder, Major General Adam Stephen, in honor of Colonel Thomas Bryan Martin. Martinsburg saw a major boost in its prosperity with the introduction of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in 1842. Various shops surrounding the new railroad were opened. Those shops took a hit during the Civil War, but were later rebuilt and helped to get the town back on its feet with the railroad industry becoming the center of Martinsburg’s economy.

Hagerstown, MD

The land that became Hagerstown was originally purchased by Jonathan Hager in 1739. By 1753, Jonathan Hager’s efforts led to him being deemed the “Father of Washington County.” However, the town’s founding was officially marked as having taken place in 1762. The town Hager created to hold the county seat for Washington County would not be officially known as Hagerstown until 1813.During the Civil War, Hagerstown found itself indirectly involved in many conflicts including..

Inwood, WV

nwood is a lovely little town located in Berkeley County, West Virginia. It is packed with a unique charm that you won’t want to miss. CMA’s Chevrolet of Martinsburg has a reputation for providing high-quality vehicles and superb service in and around the Inwood community.

Harpers Ferry, WV

The area that came to be known as Harpers Ferry is located at the intersection of the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers. It was originally established by Peter Stephens as a ferry stop between Maryland and Virginia (later West Virginia). The town got the first half of its name from a man named Robert Harper who bought land in order to harness the potential of the water access in the area.