Ford is bringing some 50 customized vehicles to SEMA this year, 7 of them happen to be F-150s. The trucks come to SEMA from some of the best names in the aftermarket game.
MRT converted their 3.5L Ecoboost V6 to a 6 speed manual and then added other racy bits like a large capacity intercooler, new maps for the turbos, a roll cage, race seats and two tone paint.
CGS Performance Products gave their Ecoboost F-150 24 inch wheels, air bags, a new exhaust and a cold air intake.
AirDesign USA brings snap on fender flares, tonneau cover, new paint and wheels.
Galpin Auto Sports offers us the prettiest of the bunch, painting their F-150 in classic Gulf Oil colors, giving it wider fenders for their meaty 20 inch wheels and riding on a new coil over suspension.
Forgiato built an off-road esque concept with 24 inch wheels, huge Nitto rubbers and a supercharger added to its 5.0L V8.
The most 'subtle' of the bunch is the Leer Outdoorsman which makes do with a bed cap, re-skinned interior and off-road specific chassis upgrades.
Last but not least comes from Roush, who bolted a supercharger onto the Coyote V8 to go along with its performance suspension and massive Power Stop rotors.
SEMA opens on November 3rd, be sure to check back for more pictures in the metal!