SEMA bound 2009 Ford F 150 to Showcase Work of Street Scene Equipment

The men and women at Street Scene Equipment in Costa Mesa, California, have the enviable job of showcasing the latest trends of vehicle customization. The show cars and trucks that company President Mike Spagnola and his team build help set the aftermarket design trends that will last the life of that model.

SSE will be showcasing its latest work at the upcoming SEMA show in Las Vegas, an industry-only show demonstrating the latest in automotive specialty products and custom vehicles. From custom hoods, grilles, and bumpers that literally change the shape of the vehicle to additions like fog lights, mirrors, and wheels to enhance the utility, the SEMA show showcases them all.

SSE has already shown off one of their key pieces for the show: a tricked-out 2009 Ford F-150 Lariat. Demonstrating what SSE can do, the modified pickup has been given SSE’s in-house-designed bumper cover, black chrome grille and Fesler Wheels’ three-piece FS 906 rims just to name a few. The interior is also getting a make-over with new additions like headrest video monitiors and a high-end infotainment system.

Working with some of the best equipment designers in the industry, SSE is showing how much drivers can do with cars after they have left the lot.