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NOVEMBER 2019 THE SHOP 73 2019 FORD F-150 The veteran-owned Black Rifle Coffee Co. and Ford reached a promotional agreement to create a Back Country Access Vehicle from a new Ford F-150 pickup. See it in the Ford booth #22200 at the 2019 SEMA Show. The promotional concept was created by J Robert Marketing and is being executed with innovative details by the Midwest dream team of Attitude Performance, CPV Paint & Graphics and Soundz Plus Audio. Participants include: BDS Suspension, Interco Tires, Warn Industries, A.R.E., TruckVault, Rigid Industries, Katzkin, Switch Pros, Yakima, Truck Hero, Cobra Electronics, Kryptek Camo, Rockford Fosgate, Borla and more. 2002 CHEVY SILVERADO Chris Schell of Maxima Racing Oils sends information on his 2002 Chevrolet Silverado truck build. It boasts a 474- hp Geddes-built LS1 and a 4L80E from Maximum Offroad Transmissions with a manual valve body, billet tail shaft, etc. Features include a 14-bolt floater rear end with 5:13 gears, full cage front to rear, upgraded suspension for 18.5 inches of front wheel travel and 20 inches of rear wheel travel, FOX coil-overs and bypass shocks with hydraulic bump stops, Swinger steering, 37-inch BFGoodrich tires and Method Race Wheels. 1959 CHEVROLET CORVETTE Marc McCrae and the team at Fast Company worked hard at keeping the classic 'Vette DNA in their 1959 Chevrolet Corvette build, Vivacious. Powered by a ProCharger-equipped LT4 and a Roadster Shop chassis, it features many one-off billet pieces including bumpers, emblems, front grille bar, wheels, steering wheel and side cove spears. Highlights include a one-off LCD cluster for the speedometer, Restomod Air heat and A/C, JL Audio stereo, one-off JRi Shocks JRide coil-overs with touchscreen-powered ride control, and electromagnetic hood and trunk latches. presented by: booth#36227

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