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Black Widow Chevy Duramax Topfull – 2019 Chevy Silverado RST Gets $18,000 Spider Makeover, Costs $71,000 Act fast and you can get it for $61,000.

We all know that pickup trucks are expensive these days. Indeed, you can step into the full-size pickup truck world in the US for a pretty reasonable sum, as long as you’re good at driving a basic vehicle with only modest power and few features. Start checking the option boxes, though, and costs skyrocket faster than a SpaceX launch. Add a custom build like what you find on this new Chevrolet Silverado 1500 RST and $70,000 will arrive

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Technically speaking, the total price for this lifted Silverado is $70,936 as listed at Bachman Chevrolet, the dealer in Louisville, Kentucky selling this monster. A video tour is provided courtesy of Chevy Dude on YouTube, and people familiar with custom Silverados will recognize this as one of SCA Performance’s Black Widow builds. The truck starts life as an already stylish Silverado RST with a base price of $47,490, but the Black Widow conversion doesn’t skimp on details.

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In addition to the large fender flares, custom nerf bars and ominous Black Widow badging, the truck gets a six-inch suspension lift with custom wheels and big off-road tires. Red brake calipers shine through the wheels, and faux vents add some pizazz to the hood. Inside, the truck gets a custom leather interior with more Black Widow branding, red interior lights, and a definitely cool Black Widow spider projector that lights up the ground when you open either the driver or passenger side door.

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According to Bachman Chevrolet, the upfit adds $18,046 to the final price, bringing the total to the aforementioned $70,936. However, the dealership also lists an “Open House Event Price” of $61,071, which honestly doesn’t sound like much. too bad considering the trickiness 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 all-wheel drive tops out at $72,000, and it doesn’t even come with spider badges.

Is $61,071 still too much for a new Chevy Silverado with a lift kit and tires, or would you drop this in your garage without a second thought? Let us know what you think. Today’s trucks fill many roles for consumers. Some need the versatility of a truck for hauling and towing while others want their truck to offer a luxurious ownership experience with premium leathers and the latest technologies. So, it is not surprising that customers can buy some expensive trucks that require luxury car levels of money. The 2019 Chevy Silverado in the video above, which has nearly $32,000 worth of upgrades, is the latest example of how easy it is to add a new car’s worth of accessories to a truck.

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The Chevy truck started life as a $50,295 LTZ, but how did the final price reach $82,096? The 6.2-liter V8 under the hood added $2,495. It has the $550 Z71 Package that adds Rancho shocks and skid plates while the spray-on bed liner was a $545 option. The Silverado also received the LTZ Premium Package which included the power up/down liftgate, navigation, and more.

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The price really goes up with the aftermarket upgrades – almost $21,000 worth of goodies. That includes a 6-inch lift, BF Goodrich all-terrain tires, Black Widow rims, and tinted windows. The two-tone look isn’t a wrap – it’s painted that way. Other updates include the wheel-to-wheel running boards, black exhaust tips, and new mufflers.

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Inside, the Black Widow logo is embroidered on the headrests. The logo is also used as puddle lamps. The truck has heated and ventilated seats, a leather-wrapped heated steering wheel, and a sunroof. Aftermarket upgrades include gloss black painted interior trim on the doors and center console, and red LED footlights.

Are all these updates necessary? Of course not. Then again, justifying a $50,000 truck as a need would be a stretch for most people. But that is not the point. Trucks have a robust aftermarket scene that allows owners to customize their rides however they want. And that’s pretty neat.

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