TBT: Best Off-Road Rides of SEMA

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SEMA Inspires Some of the Most Amazing Rigs Around, and BustedKnuckleVideos Takes a Look at Some of the Best

We know you all love a well-built rig, and this year’s SEMA show was certainly in no short supply. Catching some of the vehicles arriving, BustedKnuckleVideo shows us the best off-road vehicles rolling into the annual Vegas aftermarket show. It’s probably not surprising that most of them were made by Jeep or Willys.

Trucks seemed to be quite popular too, with a “trophy rat” International truck, an LS3-powered Power Wagon, and a Willy’s Truck. That Willy’s had some serious intentions, with 22-inches front and 27-inches rear suspension travel.

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More suited for a show than a mud bog is the wild Willy’s Dually. Styling resembles the unique sort of detail more reminiscent of an old six-shooter revolver. But it works incredibly well on this truck. Steer horns and skull mounted to the grille dominate the front end, while gold accents stream down the hood, and across the roof.

That same gold styling is also found on a turbo, which proudly sticks halfway out of the hood. You have to give credit to a ride like this, even if it doesn’t have intentions of going off-road. But you know that you could, if you really wanted to.

Patrick Morgan is an instructor at Chicago's Autobahn Country Club and contributes to a number of Auto sites, including MB World and 6SpeedOnline.

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