[Photos] Ford Ranger Gets Rad for SEMA 2019
It’s that time of year again: The 2019 Specialty Equipment Market Association show is just around the corner. The annual Sin City event has been a playground for Ford the past several years. In 2018, Ford won three Vehicle of the Year awards, including the eighth Truck of the Year for the F-150. This year, Ford is looking to add to its vast collection of trophies with the all-new Ranger, which may just give its bigger sibling a run for its money for the top prize. Here’s just a taste of what you can expect to see.
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Ford Ranger at SEMA 2019
2019 Ford Ranger Tjin Edition
What could be better than a bright yellow pickup truck that hovers mere inches off the ground? If you answered nothing, you’re going to love the 2019 Ford Ranger Tjin Edition. Built by father and son team Neil and Collin Tjin, this Ranger is done up in BASF yellow provided by L&R Auto Body and boasts 20-inch Rotiform LHR-M three-piece wheels wrapped in Falken tires and an RTR grille with triangle LED lights. The most notable change: an air suspension that drops the Ranger 8 inches in the front and 9 inches in the back.
2019 Ford Performance Parts Ford Ranger
For all the customizers taking their respective stabs at the Ranger, Ford Performance knows its off-road capabilities best. This is pretty clear with the 2019 Ford Performance Parts Ford Ranger, which gets plenty of off-road friendly equipment. This Ranger gets BFGoodrich All-Terrain KO2 tires wrapped around Ford Performance Ranger Raptor Wheels, lighting elements by Rigid, and Fox off-road suspension kit with 2-inch front lift. Add Warn Industries heavy-duty recovery kit and red tow hooks, a Tepui HyBox roof-mounted tent, and an RSI Smart Cap, and the 2019 Ford Performance Parts Ford Ranger is ready for the elements.
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And there’s more where that came from (just see the photos below). You’ll be able to see it all at the 2019 SEMA Show from Nov. 5-8 in Las Vegas.