Picked up last Saturday 4/10. Still has to go back for acrylic and underbody coating. Then bed liner, cover, and blacked out front and rear Ford emblems at a local shop. Then drive to many adventures.
I doubt it. They keep all of their aftermarket parts away from public sale. Best chance you will have is finding someone who wants to change grills and sells one.Gorgeous! Though I didn't know there was a trim with real gauges.
I'm sure SCA won't sell me that grille.... will they? (without the rest of the truck, lol!)
Sticker is different on all of them. All depends on the different options that are ordered. They “try” to not make any black widow 100% the same. Might be something subtle like a different stitch in the seat or something major like the type of running board or wheel style/size. I can say mine had a $83k sticker. I paid nowhere near that as I had the for d plan, got to use rebates, and got a percent off of the black widow package. Put this truck in the range of a loaded platinum but cheaper than a limited.Out of curiosity what’s the sticker on that bad boy?
With X-Plan, rebates, and $2k PCO, my loaded Limited PowerBoost was $73,930 out the door.I can say mine had a $83k sticker. I paid nowhere near that as I had the for d plan, got to use rebates, and got a percent off of the black widow package. Put this truck in the range of a loaded platinum but cheaper than a limited.
Every dealer charges what they want for the uplift charge. It’s a fully loaded XLT with an MSRP sticker of 61k. Then the uplift charge which includes lots of goodies(although can be had cheaper if done yourself). You can negotiate the uplift charge and the truck MSRP separate. 89k is on the very high end asking price. Most can be had for 72-74k before any negotiations.3 those black widows showed up in my area in the last month, all have a sticker price of 89K for a XLT WOW