I suppose if we have to endure blisters, blood-shot eyeballs, and aggressive crowds (I wish I had a dollar for every time someone bumped into me) in order to spend another day covering the SEMA Show for you, it's the least we can do.
Here are just a few more examples of some of the interesting things we got to look at while walking the show today. We can probably guess which one is your favorite.
We'd ask you to be patient as we digest all that we've collected. We've got more to come and will likely need time to download a lot of the information we've collected for you (the good thing about OE engineers that attend SEMA is that many of them can't hold their liquor).
We'll also have some videos coming your way so stay tuned. Enjoy.
This military-looking resto is actually a compilation of Jeep, Bronco, and Dodge mechanicals.
We almost walked right by this truck because there were so many other impressive vehicles around--it almost got lost. We were told the only way to survive driving this truck over the long-haul is to have the highest quality air-suspended seats.
Built out of Detroit, this F-650 is the creation of Adam M. Genei from Mobsteel. He drove it to the show, towing three other custom cars. We'll have more on this truck at a later date.
This is a customized Ford F-150 EcoBoost the boys at 4 Wheel & Off Road Magazine modified to run in their yearly Ultimate Adventure extreme trail ride. Oddly, it was sitting in the Nitto tire booth that had an ultra-modern and ritzy black and white theme, complete with a very stylish model. The contrast was too much for us to resist.
This stretched Kodiak came complete with a full wet-bar, big-screen TV, and reclining seats.
One of the themes we saw this year was the practice of leaving the exterior sheetmetal looking as if it had just been discovered in a barn after years of neglect. The patina-look works for a lot of rat rods but now is overflowing to into pickups builders as well.