There will be no shortage of customized Ford F-150 pickups at this year’s SEMA Show
Ford has begun the teasing campaign for its presence at America's biggest aftermarket show taking place in Las Vegas on November 1-4. The automaker and its tuning partners will bring no less than four custom F-150 trucks, very different from one another.
Lovers of lowriders will surely dig the EraThr3 F-150 by Hulst Customs, based on the 2016 F-150 SuperCrew. This project features an adjustable air suspension with Aire Jax Four Play manual valves, a Whipple supercharger attached to the 5.0-liter V8 for an output of 750 hp, CGS Performance cat-back exhaust, and much more.
Bojix Design presents another project based on the F-150 SuperCrew. Sporting a sleek Nardo Grey paint with Bojix orange accents, the custom F-150 stands out as a serious off-roader. It has a 7-inch lift kit from Ready Lift, Fox Racing coil-over shocks, and it rides on big 22-inch x 12-inch GF-2 Forged wheels shod with 37-inch Nitto MT off-road tires. The truck also features a Full Race intake system and twin Borg Warner EFR turbo upgrades for the 3.5L EcoBoost engine.
Moving on, the 2016 Gold Standard Ford F-150 Project Truck built by A.R.E. Accessories features a two-tone paint job by Lynch Customs, TopperEZLift system, a storage system and charging station in the bed of the truck, among other things. Based on the 2016 Ford F-150 4×4 XLT SuperCab, it also features a Skyjacker suspension and Air Lift Load Lifter.
Finally, the BMX-themed extreme F-150 is built on the Lariat SuperCrew and features action sports accessories and gear including Ssquared Bicycles bike frames, Answer BMX bicycle parts, and GoPro action cameras to capture all that two-wheel fun.