SEMA is the ultimate wild-and-crazy car show for buyers and builders of everything related to automotive performance. That means parts and pieces for classic hot rods, suspension kits for 4x4s, and just about everything else a car enthusiast's twisted brain can imagine. We'll have troops on the ground watching for developing trends as well as unique expressions of extreme creativity.
There are always plenty of gawk-worthy pickup trucks from individual builders, but we've always been impressed with what Ford has done, taking over a huge space in the Las Vegas Convention Center to display impressively unique versions of F-Series trucks. Here are three renderings that we expect to see in the Ford booth.
Big-truck experts Kelderman Air Suspension Systems will be presenting an F-250 Super Duty with a huge lift that is controlled by an AccuAir TouchPad. Tim Nicolau Designs played a huge part in this buildup, making sure just about every inch of the truck is powder-coated. We'll have more on the truck when we get to the show.
Truckin' Magazine also built a 2013 F-150 for Ford that looks like it was designed for ultra-track handling and super-sport power and control. We hear it has massive brakes, an impressive interior, custom wheels, and wild, richly deep paint details.
The final truck we've been told about comes from the team of K-Daddyz Kustomz, which is pushing the limits of "urban luxury" with 24-inch wheels and a bright red monochrome paint scheme. We've heard big things about the highly stylized and detailed undercarriage, so we'll make sure to get on our bellies when checking out the truck, and we assume there is a ridiculous sound system and some type of powertrain mod.
More to come.