Ford Storms 2012 SEMA Show With Modified Trucks

Ford Storms 2012 SEMA Show With Modified Trucks

Dominating one side of Ford’s exhibit at this year’s SEMA Show, Ford’s trio of modified trucks stands out next to loads of Focus STs, Mustangs and more.

First, a Ford F-250 Super Duty XLT Crew Cab built by Kelderman Air Suspension Systems towers over not only the Ford display, but the entire show. With eight to 10 inches of lift from its adjustable suspension, the truck is nothing short of gargantuan.

As the photo above shows, it wears a mixture of black matte paint and bright green chrome accents. Much of the suspension wears similarly colored green chrome accents from Tim Nicolau Designs and the truck has a 6.7-liter Powerstroke turbodiesel V8.

Also along for the ride, there’s the a 2013 F-150 FX-2 SuperCab with a new suspension to take it in the opposite direction: closer to the ground. Along with its low stance, the truck also gets larger wheels, bigger brakes and the massive 22-inch wheels you see below.

Finally, the flame paint wearing F-150 FX-2 takes slamming, big wheels and sheen to farther than anything else in the Ford booth. It gets Ford’s 5.0-lite V8, a lowered suspension and still somehow fits 24-inch rims into the wheel wells. Topping it all off, there’s the chopper-style bike in the back painted and styled to match.

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