For the most part, at SEMA, most companies usually have a truck in the booth or build a truck for the booth. For Sinister Diesel, it’s usually been strictly business. For the first time at 2018 SEMA Show, Sinister Diesel decided it was time they got in on the build action and brought the company’s own truck to show what they are made of.
Outside, away from the booth, sat the truck hooked to a trailer with a matching blood red Lamborghini. The build is a sky-high 2018 Ford F-350 covered in every part available they offer. This Ford features the Sinister branded DPF-back exhaust, cold air intake, cold side intercooler pipe, and billet caps for the degas tank, power steering pump, and master cylinder. Other features include front and rear Sinsiter Diesel billet differential covers.
Sinister really went all out with the build and sources tell us that this truck is actually for sale for around the $250,000 range. What all comes with it at that price? Well, you’re getting F-450 axles, upgraded brakes, Carli coil springs and lift components, Sinister control arms by WFO, King coilovers and shocks, 46-inch MRAP tires, and heavy-duty Deaver leaf springs.
The body and exterior parts are no different than any other part of the truck. The body panels are custom, all-aluminum with fire red paint. Around the beautiful body is even more accessories including the Sinister Diesel billet fender vents, Stazworks 20-inch wheels, Addicted Desert Designs front and rear bumper, Rigid lighting, Stock and Recon modified front and rear lights, and a custom aluminum front grille.
This goes to show that just because the booth doesn’t have a vehicle in it, that doesn’t mean they can’t build something incredible. Be sure and check out the Sinister Diesel website to see what they offer for your ride. Stay tuned to Diesel Army for more coverage from Sinister.