We’re back with another gallery of cool trucks here at the 2016 SEMA show. The looks and styles run the gamut from laid on the frame to sky scraping craziness with lots of ’em falling somewhere in the middle. While classic trucks are certainly a great part of the show, the majority of the big trucks we see here are late model rigs. Suspension companies are always excited to get their mitts on the latest models to build their components and get their lift kits into the hands of excited new truck owners looking to perfect the look of their ride.
We’ve got a soft spot for three-quarter and one ton monsters that have been modified. Some of these things are not our cup of tea but you may enjoy them. The trucks we love the best (as far as the late model ones) are those that have some healthy lift and the tire to match it. The low profile tires on the insanely wide wheels is still a huge part of the scene but it seems to be dying off a little.
They are not all suburban assault vehicles in here, though. Plenty of awesomely painted, interesting, and cool street trucks as well. Hell, there’s even a work truck sporting a massive stainless steel V-plow that I’d trade my house own to own at this every minute.