The huge Ford Motor Company display at SEMA was a beehive of activity during the entire show. New vehicles were featured prominently, including the beautiful 2005 concept Mustang GT. But, a great deal of show-goers also gravitated to the numerous specialty models, upgraded and stylized by some of the nation's best known hot rod builders, with the expressed intent to "show 'em 'n shine 'em" at SEMA.
With the truck and SUV market still booming, Ford's restyled 2004 F150 received lots of attention. Its new look features an equal amount of image and attitude, and it looked great dressed with every type of accessory - regardless of the each respective display truck's build theme. Yet another platform that continues with an upward line on sales charts, Focus saw plenty of interest, as well.
Having celebrated its 100th year in racing, Ford also put its spotlight on several significant "star cars" that helped cement indelible footprints in the history of motorized competition around the world. All in all, the entire display was impressive, to say the least.