Some of the weirdest and wildest custom cars and bikes have been on display at this year's SEMA show in Las Vegas.
Custom bike builder SK Concepts produced a quartet of radical machines, while Detroit's 'Big Three' - Chrysler, Ford, and General Motors - showed off dramatic, high-performance versions of their most popular muscle cars.
As well, two custom versions of Dodge's aptly named Power Truck, from 1949 and 1965, caused thousands of jaws to drop in the Las Vegas Convention Centre.
Ford also announced it is making complete steel bodies and panels available for its iconic 1940 Coupe, joining the 1967 Mustang Convertible in the spare parts catalogue.
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