While there are too many individual cars to detail all of them, here are three of our favourites:
Ford F-150 by Air Design (top)
The best selling car in America has been given a makeover, inspired by the sport truck mania of the 1990s, including a range of accessories by Air Design.
Under the bonnet is the same 3.5-litre turbocharged V6 Ecoboost engine hooked up to a 10-speed automatic transmission as the standard car, though a Ford Performance cat-back exhaust has been fitted for a better sound.
Air Design has applied numerous enhancements from its new Street Series range, including a full body kit, bonnet scoop, fender vents, rear spoiler and tailgate applique.
There's also a Maxtrac kit to lower the car, with Bilstein shocks, Recaro leather seats, Focal speakers, along with an Astell & Keam Kann high-resolution digital music player.
Ford's littlest SUV hasn't been left out, with Vaccar giving the top-spec Titanium grade a 'Woodsman'-themed overhaul to make it like a "trendy lumberjack".
Finished in metallic burgundy, the Vaccar Ecosport concept features a new intake and axle-back exhaust system, Konig alloy wheels with Continental all-terrain tyres, six-inch light bars and two-tone exterior highlights.
Inside, there's also an Audio by Kicker sound system with a 10-inch subwoofer and 600.1 mono amplifier, a personal vault, and a SCT GTX WD in-car monitor.
'Baja Forged Adventurer' Expedition
This special version of the Ford Expedition has been inspired by the West Coast, featuring room for the whole family and their kit for an off-road adventure.
LGE-CTS Motorsports is responsible for this rugged seven-seater, which has been upgraded with a Borla cat-back exhaust, larger wheel arch flares, 35-inch mud tyres, a roof-top tent, refrigerator, and beefier suspension.
There's also bigger brakes, a custom paint job, an LED light bar, custom leather seats by Rogelio's, a rear entertainment system for the kids, all-weather floor mats, and an Audio by Kicker sounds system.
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