2019 Silverado 1500 Black Widow Top – 2019 Chevy Silverado RST Gets $18,000 Spider Makeover, Costs $71k Act Fast And You Can Get It For $61,000.
We all know that pickup trucks are expensive these days. In fact, you can reasonably break into the full-size pickup truck world in the United States, if you can drive a basic vehicle with moderate power and few features. Start checking the options box, however, and the costs skyrocket faster than a SpaceX launch. Add in a custom build like what you find on this new Chevrolet Silverado 1500 RST, and $70,000 arrives.
2019 Silverado 1500 Black Widow Top
Technically speaking, the total price for this Silverado lift is $70,936 according to Bachman Chevrolet, a dealer in Louisville, Kentucky that sells this monster. The video tour is courtesy of Chevy Dude on YouTube, and those familiar with custom Silverados will recognize this as one of the Black Widow builds from SCA Performance. The truck started life as the already ugly Silverado RST with a base price of $47,490, but the Black Widow conversion has no details.
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In addition to the big fender flares, custom fender flares, and the dreaded Black Widow badge, the truck also gets a 6-inch suspension lift with custom wheels and oversized tires. Red brake caliper covers shine through the wheels, and faux vents add a little pizazz to the hood. Inside, the truck gets a custom leather interior with additional Black Widow branding, red interior lights, and acceptable cool Black Widow spider projectors that light up the area when you open the driver or passenger side doors.
According to Bachman Chevrolet, the upfit added $18,046 to the final price, making the total above $70,936. However, the dealer still lists the “Open House Event Price” of $61,071, which honestly doesn’t say. Too bad considering the brutality of this truck. And it’s not like this is the most expensive Silverado you can get — a fully loaded High Country Crew Cab model with four-wheel drive costs $72,000, and it doesn’t come with a spider badge.
Is $61,071 still too much for a new Chevy Silverado with a lift kit and tires, or will you drop it in your garage without a second thought? Let us know what you think.
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