The Specialty Equipment Market Association’s annual show draws thousands of custom vehicles to the Las Vegas convention center. With this many vehicles spread across such a vast area it’s difficult to see every one of them, let alone pick a favorite. We’ve been out hustling the show floor and have put together a list, in no particular order, of what we feel are some of the top Chevrolet pickups on display at the 2015 SEMA show.
| Only into its second year of production we’ve spotted what appears to be the first slammed Chevrolet Colorado. This truck is laying frame and tucking massive wheels (for a midsize anyway). Slam Specialties and Accu-Air provide the suspension.
| Lifted trucks far out numbered lowered at the 2015 SEMA show, especially ones with over-the-top lifts. This Silverado 2500HD was quite impressive with its neon green motif.
| BDS Suspension trotted out their newest creation, Project Raider. This Silverado 2500HD has the company’s newest 3-inch coilover suspension kit, Fuel wheels, 35-inch Nitto tires, and Bushwhacker fender flares, and much more.
| There were several Hummer H1s on display, but none drew as much attention as the one in the HIMA booth. Sitting on 44-inch Super Swamper Bogger tires, this specimen was proud to spend the show posing for photos.
| Chevrolet Colorados were out in force, including this lifted and supercharged example in the Pro Eagle Off-Road Products booth. We can only imagine how much fun the 3.6L V-6 is with a bit of boost.
| Possibly our favorite truck of the show was this 1986 C-10 owned by KC Mathieu of KC’s Paint Shop and Gas Monkey Garage fame. This custom truck sports a Mast Motorsport 7.0L Chevrolet LS7 engine with an SLP supercharger. It really is as clean as it looks.
| Lingenfelter Performance Engineering showed off their latest 800hp Silveardo 1500. Equipped with a stroked 417 cubic inch V-8 engine and Magnuson Supercharger the truck has amazing looks and the performance to back it up.
| Parked in GoPros booth was an amazing Colorado built for extreme desert racing by the pros at The Hot Rod Shop. This truck was fully customized from front to rear with race truck suspension, extra large shock absorbers, and a full roll cage. We can’t wait to see more about this truck in the near future.
| This 1962 Chevy C-10 Stepside was super clean and simple with a 5.3L LQ9 V-8 engine, custom built chassis with coilover suspension, full custom interior, and wood bed. Built by Mo’ Muscle Cars, this truck is meant to be a driver that turns heads everywhere it goes.
| Each year Chevy builds several concept vehicles, and the star of the show this year was the 2016 Silverado 3500HD built for Kid Rock. Click here to see all the details of this slick HD.
| Aside from all of the lowered classics, Thrush brought out their retro off-roader. We really dig it and would rock this thing on the trail in a heartbeat!
| Honorable mention, this 1933 Chevy Custom Roadster stopped us dead in our tracks. A crate LS6 motivates this little lady to the tune of 400hp and with a custom chassis the street ride is likely fantastic.
| This massive 2014 Chevy Silverado 3500 HD is owned by "Lightning" from Southern California's KROQ radio. The list of sponsors is too many to list here, but Bulletproof Suspensions, Banks Power and Toyo Tires top the list.