This Chevy pickup truck is a wacky six-wheeled Transformers tribute

by | Jun 21, 2022 - 12:42PM | Cars

Heavily modified Chevrolet Avalanche

If you’re a massive fan of the Transformers movies, this could just be the modified Chevrolet Avalanche for you.

That’s right – this crazy creation you see here is actually a Chevy pickup underneath.

Listed for sale on Facebook Marketplace, this truck is wearing some seriously crazy modifications.

Most notably, its size has been increased so much a third axle has been fitted so it can rock six wheels.

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It’s also wearing completely custom bodywork that would have it looking right at home on the set of the next Transformers film.

There are even 17 vertical taillights, so it’ll certainly stand out at night. Although this thing is so big and wacky, it’ll stand out regardless.

And yes, this truck is a bit of a transformer itself.

There’s a pop-up section at the rear which houses some big Pioneer speakers.


There are plenty more inside as well, with the entire rear seat removed to fit the extra speakers and subwoofers in.

Each door features three additional speakers as well, so it’s safe to say the stereo in it should be ridiculously loud.

Additional screens have also been fitted on the doors and dashboard as well, giving it a real mid-2000s show-car vibe.

If you’re interested, this insane vehicle is listed for US$34,800 (CA$45,000) and located in Toronto, Canada.



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