If the copper '67 Chevy truck is the beauty of the opening heist in Fast & Furious, then this is its beastly brother — a six-wheeled crew cab Chevy from a matte-black hell.
Like the '67, its crew cab companion has been thoroughly re-engineered from the cab back to accommodate oversize components swiped from larger trucks. So the rear frame is all box-section tubing and the twin rear axles are supported by 10 links and four airbags. Power comes from a fresh GM 572 (more than 600-horsepower) big-block V8 backed by a four-speed manual transmission, which is needed considering this beast weighs 6,000 pounds.
The picture car department built three of these, plus one engine-less buck. One was built with all four wheels in back driven so it could do spectacular four-wheel burnouts. Unfortunately, that's not seen in the film. All the trucks have survived and are in storage. Yeah, we want one, too.
As Portrayed Specifications*
Type: OMP 572 Chevrolet
Carburetor: Holley 1150 Dominator
Nitrous System: NOS
Fuel: Sunoco Racing Fuel
Transmission: Muncie 465 four-speed
Gear splitter: Advanced Adaptors
Rear differentials: Twin GM 14-bolt with Detroit Locker
Rear gear ratios: 4.11:1
Fuel cell: JAZ
Front: Original GM A-arms and coil springs with 3-inch drop spindles
Rear: Custom-fabricated 10-link with air springs
Front size: 17-by-7.0 inches
Rear size: 16.5-by-10.0 inches
Front size: 235/70R17
Rear size: 33-by-12.5R16.5
Cage: Matt Sweeney
Door panels: Chevrolet original equipment
Paint: 5140 Customs Flat Black
* "As Portrayed" specifications indicate the state of the car as portrayed in the film. No single car was necessarily built to these specifications by the picture car department. But all the cars built to portray a vehicle in the film were constructed to appear as if so equipped.