This Silverado HD Duramax was built to show a capable off-road race truck that can still pull your toy hauler to the action. It has a powerful engine and cool suspension, plus a convenient hydraulic roof rack, bedliner, and rolling bed cover that makes it easy to load gear. Mods for avid explorers include an off-road light package and projector headlights, extended anti-roll bar, steering stabilizer, and high-performance shocks. The truck also features a front bumper with skidplate, rear bumper, custom leather interior, exhaust, differential drop brackets, heavy-duty bumpstop brackets, extended anti-rollbar end links, brakeline drop brackets, laser-cut torsion drop brackets, truck jack, and equipment rails. The hood, fenders, bed shell, and doors are carbon fiber.
13. CUSTOM CONCEPT AUDI Q5 QUATTRO
Audi celebrates 30 years of quattro, and its first SEMA appearance this year, with this custom Audi Q5 Quattro. The track was widened 3.5 inches and the suspension lowered 2.4 inches for better handling. A power-enhanced 3.0TFSI engine from the Audi S4 with a seven-speed S tronic gearbox puts out 408 horses at 60007000 rpm with a top speed of 155 mph. It can go from 0 to 62 mph in 4.4 seconds. The exterior is painted Daytona Gray matte with 21-inch twin-spoke wheels, roof rails, front skirts, and a rear spoiler highlighted in red.
Introduced in 1966 and built on a unique 92-inch wheelbase platform, the iconic first-generation Ford Bronco carved a niche for itself as a nimble and capable off-road vehicle. This 1970 Bronco was owned, driven, and restored by Edsel B. Ford II and his sons. Records show this Bronco had a Boxwood Green exterior and was released from the factory on October 25, 1969. Mr. Ford acquired it on June 4,1999. The engine was replaced with a Ford Racing 302 crate motor, similar to the original 302 Windsor V-8 that was available in the first-gen Bronco. Nearly every part had been lovingly rebuilt, replaced, or completely restored on this blue Bronco.
To get ready for off-roading, go big. Case in point: the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee Off-Road Edition.The 5.7-liter V-8-powered silver Jeep Grand Cherokee boasts a suspension lifted with coil springs to make way for 33-inch BFG Mud Terrain tires. The exterior is prepped for off-road battle courtesy of Mopar skidplates, rock rails, and tow hooks. The interior has been outfitted with Mopar's bright/rubber pedal kit and sill guards.
16. 2011 FORD F-350 SUPER DUTY BY RIZE INDUSTRIES
This is one of the more extreme custom jobs among the Ford trucks at SEMA.The F-350 is
described as a motocross concept, with an 8-inch quad-link suspension. There's a loading ramp, power washer, and air compressor, plus a built-in motorcycle stand.
17. 2011 FORD F-350 SUPER DUTY BY CARS BY KRIS AND AIRHEAD KUSTOMS
Called the Pit Boss, this mean F-350 is designed to serve as a tow and support vehicle. The Super Duty truck can haul a race car to the track quietly, as extra sound-deadening material has been installed. At the track, the truck's bed-mounted tire cage and swing-case toolboxes ease your labor. When you need a break from working on your race car, relax in the cabin and amuse yourself with the in-dash computer system.
18. ADVENTURE VEHICLE OUTFITTERS 2007 TOYOTA FJ CRUISER
This 2007 Toyota FJ Cruiser is built with a 6-inch Rough Country lift kit, ASFIR aluminum skidplates and rock rails, 17-inch PDK wheels, 35-inch General Grabber tires, Stonehenge Series Front PreRunner winch bumper with Warn 9.5Ti winch, Adventure Vehicle Outfitters light bar and mudflap kit, ARB snorkel, Optima batteries, Painless Wiring switch kit, Scrublade wipers, MaxTrax sand ladders, Kolpin fuel packs, KC HiLites, TRD exhaust, Dregs skateboard, Dangerous Grafix vinyl, Wet Okole seat covers with heat, Viper alarm, Husky Liner floormats, and Motorsport Technology billet spacers.
This supersized Radio Flyer is built on the chassis of a 1976 B1600 Mazda pickup and uses the stock four-cylinder and four-speed manual transmission. Fred Keller and Judy Foster of Wasilla, Alaska, built the custom wagon.The body is made of half-inch marine plywood, layers of fiberglass, PVC, foamcore, and epoxy resin. This Viper Red wagon measures 162 inches long, 68 inches wide, and 53 inches tall. The chassis was shortened 2 inches, the leaf springs reworked, and coil springs were added
to the chassis and rear axle. A 13-inch wagon wheel replaced the stock steering wheel, and custom racing buckets replace the stock Mazda seats. White Full Moon 14-inch covers complete the wagon's nostalgic look.
Located outside the of the convention center walls, this 2005 GMCTopKick 4500 4x4 Crew Cab towered over the rest of the trucks on display. Considered a bit of a Frankenstein, a 2009 GMC Dualie bed was modified to fit the chassis, and the stock headlights were replaced with 2010 Chevy Avalanche Halo units.There's also a custom ram air induction hood and 2010 GMC captain's chairs covered in Katzkin leather. It has a 6.6-liter Duramax diesel mated with an Allison LCT1000 transmission and beefed up with a cold air intake and 5-inch custom exhaust with a 10-inch tip. The truck sits on 22.5 x 12.25-inch front wheels and 22.5 x 13-inch single rear wheels wearing Goodyear G178 385/65/22.5 tires.
This drag truck's looks are not deceiving. Its LS7 engine with an LSX block has an ATI F1A Pro Charger and is paired with a six-speed transmission. It puts out an impressive 1000 rear-wheel horsepower and still retains plenty of style. The exterior was custom painted with airbrushed side details and has a Street Scene grille, bumper, mirror, and roll pan, plus a fully molded box. A full race-spec rollcage continues into the cab and flows into the custom dash, door panels, and center console. The interior also features carbon fiber racing seats with Sparco six-point harnesses, race gauges, pushbutton start, and a Sparco removable race steering wheel. The truck uses a custom fully adjustable coilover race suspension and sits on red-and-black Forge Line wheels.
Build a race truck in 30 days for 530,000? No Limit Quality Hot Rod Parts & Engineering built this F-100 to showcase the handling and driveability of its No Limit BIG 10 Chassis with
off-the-shelf parts. The build started March 1, 2010, and the truck went to its first Goodguys event on April 10,2010, earning its first win. A grand total of $32,661 was spent, with upgraded brakes, flooring, and tabbed inner wheelwells.
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