The Razorbak concept truck wouldn’t look out of place on the Batman movie set.
It may not be the next Batmobile, but it certainly looks like it.
You wouldn’t know it, but it actually started life as a 2007 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 Duramax.
The unique, hand-sculpted Razorbak concept truck is currently for sale on eBay.
According to the listing, the seller removed the cab and bed, replacing them with a steel frame fabricated using heavy-duty steel tubing.
The seller then hand-cut and sculpted the body panels out of steel sheeting and even installed hand-cut, shatter-resistant glass.
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Judging by the end product, the seller spent hundreds of hours crafting the body panels, and what a great job they’ve done.
The Razorbak concept truck features Camaro headlights and Lamborghini-style LED sequential tail light, and four ‘Gullwing’ doors on commercial-grade actuators.
It’s painted in charcoal black with a matte finish, adding to its futuristic design.
On the inside
No expense has been spared on the inside, which features a three-man bench in the back and two bucket seats with a jumper seat/console up front.
Leather, suede and marine-grade carbon have been used extensively throughout, giving the Razorbak concept truck a premium feel.
As well as a new, high-end OEM gauge set, the truck has been fitted with front and rear cameras, and a Bluetooth audio system.
Under the hood, there’s a 6.6-liter LBZ Duramax V8 diesel engine mated to an Allison 1000 six-speed transmission.
It’s rolling on a set of huge 21-inch wheels that are wrapped in Michelin XZL tires that are 54-inches tall and 26-inches with.
Stopping power comes in the form of six-piston Brembo brakes from a Porsche Cayenne GTS.
Razorbak concept truck price
The Razorback concept truck is listed on eBay for $62,000.
Located in Hawaii, the seller has even offered to split the shipping fee to the west coast if the asking price is met.