The annual Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show was recently held in Las Vegas where there was no shortage of trucks, bolt-ons and goodies for those of us who spend our days in the cab of a pickup truck.
We picked 16 of our favorites for you to drool and dream over.
Before even entering the show, attendees were greeted by this Ford Super Duty created by True Bliss Customs done up in a matte lime green finish.
Mickey Thompson Tires built this Brian Deegan inspired Ford F-150 to showcase the new Deegan 38 light truck tires. The truck was finished in a matte wrap inspired by World War II flybirds.
The Ram truck brand brought the show-stopping metallic orange over black Sunchaser concept to SEMA to showcase authentic MOPAR accessories as well as the Case Ram – a standard cab 3500 diesel-powered dually finished in, of course, Case’s very own “Bulldozer Orange.”
Skyjacker Suspensions built this 2014 Chevrolet Silverado to demonstrate their suspension components and finished off with cattails to complement their relationship with the fellas from Duck Commander.
Cognito Motorsports is always looking to help contractors move up. With this monster lift kit you can bolt 24-inch duallys onto your work truck.
Kelderman manufactures air suspension systems for heavy-duty pickup trucks. They built this cattail-covered showpiece in Team Realtree edition – which judging by the gawkers, wasn’t very camouflaged on the show floor.
Exactly how tough are Scorpion Protective Coatings? Tough enough to protect this 1993 ex-military Humvee from the power of its 500+ horsepower Duramax diesel conversion.
Fresh off the redesign, many aftermarket part manufacturers chose the new Chevy Silverado to showcase aftermarket parts, including Bushwacker, Leer, KC Hilites and Thule to name just a few from this 2014 beauty.
A.R.E. Truck Caps figures some of us like to put in long hours. So they outfitted this Toyota Tundra with a roof-mounted tent and CargoGlide system in the bed. The perfect work/play setup.
Not to be outdone, Ford built this 2013 F-350 Super Duty complete with a stove and refrigerator. Running on a unique algae-based diesel fuel the EcoTrek can run 1,800 miles between fill-ups.
A classic tool manufacturer and a classic C10. Craftsman brand tools displayed this stunning 1969 Chevrolet C10 built by Roadster Shop in Mundelein, Ill. Want to own it? This truck is heading to the Barrett-Jackson auction where the proceeds will go to Heroes at Home.
AnzoUSA, a performance lighting manufacturer, proves that a bright work site is a happy work site by rigging this 2014 Chevrolet Silverado with LED lights.
This 2014 Toyota Tundra CrewMax was built for the Joe Gibbs Racing Motocross team to accommodate a race bike, helmets and even act as an entertainment center between races.
This 1978 Chevrolet K10, originally purchased form a Wisconsin farmer, is certainly not in the same condition it was found in. Restored by Chevrolet, it now features a 5.3-liter crate motor, 4L70E automatic transmission, new brakes and a black over red period-correct paint job.
Also featured in the Chevrolet display was this 2014 Silverado dually. After all, a monster car, like this 2014 COPO Camaro deserves a monster tow rig.
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