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On Sunday, crew got busy setting up CNET's Car Tech stage in the Las Vegas Convention Center's North Hall.

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AutoLoc's Smoke Screen Kits created the insane flames on this incredible hot rod.

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Boss Audio Systems put a rockin' Ferrari on the show floor.

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Boss' pimped-out Ford GT keeps the Boss Ferrari company at CES.

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Two worlds converge as this hard-to-find British car makes an appearance at the tech trade show.

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High-end car audio gear maker Hifonics has created perhaps the "manliest" booth in the LVCC North Hall.

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Anyone in the back seat of this Hifonics monster is in for a noisy, bright experience.

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Passersby can see which flick you're watching with Hifonics' in-panel video screen.

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The Hifonics speakers set a blue mood.

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RCA's Nissan rolled onto the floor packed with audio and video.

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The RCA Nissan tucks some killer subwoofers and speakers in the trunk.

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Does Titanium Power gear sound better higher off the ground?

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A vintage Caddy El Dorado graces North Hall.

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