By make and model
Its blinding headlights, riveted grille panel, and chrome adornments meant that we weren't exactly sure how to categorize this monster truck, but it looks like a modified Ford F-250 Super Duty.
This tricked-out truck might have been a Chevy pick up in its last life, but its enormous blower, triple side pipes, and flaming paint job make it more suited to the race track that the ranch.
This curb-crawling Caddy looks like it might have started life as a 1965 Fleetwood. It's come a long way (down) since then.
As well as getting a lift from some serious suspension mods, this 2000 Ford F-250 sports a kicking sound system courtesy of audio component maker, Powerbass.
This Ford F-150 got an in-your-face overhaul from the boyz at K Daddyz, including a 17-inch lift and 40-inch tires.
This restored 1937 Lincoln Zephyr has a "Hot Raspberry Candy" paint job. Sweet.
This 1950 Ford Mercury, known as Mercules, packs a 6.8-liter V-10 straight out of a Ford F350 truck.
We spotted this dropped 1995 Toyota truck in the Central Hall at SEMA. According to the decals on the windshield, the flame-throwing 'Yota is the handywork of a company called Sadistic Iron Werks.
There was no-one around to explain to us how the owners of this Ford Excursion managed to jack it up so high. There might have been someone inside, though--we couldn't see.
The license plate on this jacked up Ford F-Series pick up truck says "CONFUZED". Probably how the driver feels when he's trying to work out how to get into it.