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Holy Shit, That Thing’s a Beast!

Updated: Feb 19

SEMA Build - Tactical Assault Concept Vehicle

Buy it now: $59,000

Buy it now: $59,000

According to the seller, this build started life as a 2007 Chevy Silverado 3500 Duramax Dually and was given the name Razorback by its creator. The cab and bed were removed and a steel subframe and skeleton were built onto the frame. All glass is hand-cut 1/2" shatter resistant. The vehicle is powered by a 2007 6.6L Duramax LBZ with an Allison 1000 6-speed transmission. The suspension is a 4-link front and rear with Baja trophy truck trailing arms on the bottom all the way around. Gigantic Michelin XZL tires (54 tall x26 wide) were purchased new at $26k and proper 21x21" 3-piece rims were obtained at 12k. These are the largest and widest street-legal tires ever made. The brakes were upgraded to Brembo 6 pots from a Porsche Cayenne GTS.

The car is currently located in Hawaii and the seller states shipping to San Diego should run about $6,000. We at Cult Cars love the creativity and attention to detail on this super unique build – it’s guaranteed to turn more than a few heads wherever it goes.

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