Ford to unveil four sizzling hot customised F-150s at SEMA

EXTANG Ford F-150

Ford will be displaying this monster at the upcoming 2014 SEMA show. It is one of four F-150s which Ford will unveil at the show. They are each built or modified by a different workshop.

The Extang 2015 F-150 was built by the Custom Cars and Concepts student class at Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor, MI. The truck was transformed by a very custom BASF supplied paint scheme designed by KEG Digital Garage. Modifications include Extang’s latest hard folding tonneau cover, Ford Accessory step tubes, Sportliner by BedRug, all-weather floor mats, and a subwoofer upgrade. Bushwacker supplied the truck’s wheel flares, driving lights and headache rack lighting by Rigid Industries, and light bar custom fabricated by WCC.

Utility features include Bedslide, DeeZee headache rack and toolbox, and rooftop rack by Rhino Rack which supports the Michigan Ladder and PVC tube. To maximize performance, a Ford Racing exhaust system, BDS 4” lifted coil-spring suspension system, and tires by GoodYear with wheels by American Force were all added.

“This new F-150 is just the icing on the cake to help Extang introduce its new products and promote its powerful brand, and we are very excited to show it off over the next several months!” –Steve Kelley, Vice President of Sales

Bushwacker Off-Road Support Ford F-150

Meanwhile, Bushwacker will be showing off their off-road support version of the Ford F-150. This modified F-150 uses the new, lighter 2015 model as a Built Ford Tough platform for high-performance off-road support. The vehicle boasts Bushwacker pocket-style fender flares, 35×12.5-inch all-terrain tires on 20-inch custom alloy wheels, Skyjacker lift kit, a Warn ZEON winch, ARB air power compressor, ProTech headache rack, bed-mounted toolbox and spare tire, and aluminum rock sliders.

Skyjacker Controller Burn Ford F-150

For West Monroe, Louisiana-based off-road suspension manufacturer, Skyjacker Suspensions, they will be unveiling their “Controlled Burn” at the show. The truck is a customized off-road 2015 Ford F-150. It features a Skyjacker Suspensions six-foot lift kit, Rigid Industries lighting systems, Fab Fours front and rear bumpers, AMP Research power steps, Backbone truck rack, Warn Zeon winch, Bushwacker fender flares, Katzkin seat covers, WeatherTech floor liners, Edge programmer, Duck Commander tires, American Force wheels, McGard wheel nuts and SSBC performance brakes.

“Project Controlled Burn is the perfect combination of what we have to offer at Skyjacker,” said Lonnie McCurry Sr., president of Skyjacker.

“This ride highlights how you really can have it all when you customize your truck to fit your lifestyle – it can be a hot-looking ride with controlled stability, while being capable of all the on-road and off-road adventures you want and deserve.”

TSDesigns Ford F-150

Finally, the “Widebody King” – Octavio “Topo” Villafana – will show a custom all-metal widebody 2015 Ford F-150 at the Specialty Equipment Market Association show.

Villafana’s street performance truck was produced with his team, TSDesigns, which is known for all-metal, wide-body customization, most prominently seen in the Mustangs used in the movie “Need for Speed.”

The F-150 by TSDesigns will boast a Vortech supercharger, Gibson exhaust, Belltech lowering kit, Forgiato 24-inch wheels, ARE tonneau cover, Alpine audio/video upgrades and Roadwire leather seating.

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