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Photos: The highs and lows of SEMA 2007

One of the highlights of the annual Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas is the bonanza of tricked-out, pimped-out, and souped-up cars on display. Some of the most eye-catching rides are either raised impossibly high or lowered to floor level. Check out our roundup of jacked-up trucks and looooow riders.

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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.
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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.
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This curb-crawling Caddy looks like it might have started life as a 1965 Fleetwood. It's come a long way (down) since then.
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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.
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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.
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This restored 1937 Lincoln Zephyr has a "Hot Raspberry Candy" paint job. Sweet.
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This 1950 Ford Mercury, known as Mercules, packs a 6.8-liter V-10 straight out of a Ford F350 truck.
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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.
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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.
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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.

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