Because dream it, and with enough welding experience and money to throw at it, you can achieve it, Hawaiian eBay seller turboraven1 modded a 2007 Chevy Silverado 3500 Duramax dually into this custom ‘Razorbak’. A vehicle that, from the looks of it, turboraven is really hoping will be bought for use in an upcoming Batman movie.
Some details about the build: “Cab and bed were removed and a steel subframe and skeleton were built onto the frame. Frame was made using heavy wall 2×8″ tubing, 2×2 and 3×3 square tubing to ensure maximum safety. The body was then hand cut and sculpted out of 1/8″ sheet steel and every piece welded and finished. All glass is hand cut 1/2″ shatter resistant and looks like bulletproof glass (there is room to place heavier gauge ballistic glass). It has a tailgate in rear with fuel cell and XL Optima battery in trunk. Also hand made stainless dual exit exhaust tip and class 5 hitch receiver. It has 4 gullwing doors on commercial grade quick actuators like that found on late model SUV automatic hatches. She has new wide adjustable tow mirrors with led signals. Has 2018 Camaro headlights with LED DRL and Lamborghini style LED sequential tail lights. The paint is an OEM code charcoal with a matte clear for easy touch ups and matching if required.”
The Razorbak also features a tasteful leather interior with a bench seat in the back so you’ll have room for several sidekicks while you’re out fighting crime. Or whatever you’re doing in this thing. Probably getting your picture taken a lot waiting at red lights, that’s for sure.
It’s the gullwing doors and Halo Warthog vibes that really do it for me. The $62,000 price tag, not so much. Tell you what: I’ll trade you my 2004 Explorer and give you $8,000. Just FYI though, the Explorer will require a tow off my property at your expense, and you’ll have to fly the Razorbak from Hawaii to the mainland.