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Autotrader Find: Crazy Modified 2017 Nissan Titan SEMA Show Car

There are lifted trucks, and then there’s this. This is a 2017 Nissan Titan that was modified for display at SEMA, and it’s probably the most crazily lifted new Titan in existence, with an absolutely massive gain in ride height. It’s now listed for sale on Autotrader by a private seller in Tennessee.

To start, a little overview. This is a 2017 Titan XD, though it’s obviously no longer a 2017 Titan XD in the normal sense, as it’s been lifted in the air so far it has the look of a monster truck. And the modifications don’t stop there: there are big tires, there’s a big steel bumper, there’s a huge aftermarket grille, there are special wheels, there are neon lights and there’s probably a lot more.

So much more, in fact, that the seller says he’s invested $125,000 in this truck, which is a massive figure considering that’s probably about $75,000 beyond the original sticker price. It’s also impressive considering the truck has only been driven 3,900 miles from new, suggesting it was really a showpiece — and that there’s likely not much wear on the components or modifications.

If you’re interested in a lifted truck that goes well beyond all the other lifted trucks you’ll encounter, this might just be the truck for you. It’s offered for $75,000, which is still big money for a Nissan Titan of any variety — but, of course, if you wanted to modify your own truck to anywhere near this level, it would cost a lot more.

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