Rolls-Royce Crew Cab Stakebed Truck for Sale in Florida
Craigslist Find has Dual 30-Gallon Tanks, Chevy 350, TH400 Trans
How much would you be willing to pay for a truck? Some Ford dealers are reportedly asking as much as $15,000 to $20,000 over MSRP for a new F-150 SVT Raptor, making the prospect of a $70,000-plus pickup not improbable. Heck, we've seen loaded-out Laramie Longhorn HDs and F-250 King Ranch Crew Cabs for about that much. But would you be willing to pay $75,000 for a chopped-up Rolls-Royce body on a 1-ton GM crew cab dualie truck chassis with a Chevy 350 and TH400 transmission?
By the looks of things, this is a fairly clean custom job, with the interior looking surprisingly pristine for being nearly 30 years old, and the body and chassis work seemingly solid. But in all reality, unless you're an eccentric multi-millionaire or billionaire with a love of completely irrational purchases, we think we'd stick to a modern-day 2015 HD truck with much more advanced electronics, powertrain, capabilities and, as ironic as it sounds, likely better fuel economy.
We might feel a little different about this Truckenstein if it had a Cummins ISB or LBZ Duramax powering it, but with a standard, run-of-the-mill Chevy small-block underhood, there's not much from a hardware standpoint to make this bizarre specimen stand out. But if you're still interested, you can get more details on the truck at the link below.