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It wouldn't be the SEMA Show without trucks. A massive segment of all vehicle sales, cars like the Camry and Civic get a lot of attention, but Ford sells more F-Series trucks than anybody sells cars. Needless to say, the aftermarket segment for the truck industry is simply enormous, ranging from serious off-road setups, to lowriding street trucks.

All the automakers in the truck business had an official presence as well, with Ford showcasing numerous F-Series trucks, Chevy putting the focus on their Heavy Duty Silverado, while the Chrysler group of companies had everything from the Ram Power Wagon to a long list of off-road ready Jeeps. Even Toyota had some great products with an outdoorsy 4Runner and a TRD-tuned Tacoma sporting a supercharged 5.7-liter V8 out of a Tundra.

If you wish you were at the SEMA Show this year and you love trucks, spend some time browsing though the gallery below.

More: SEMA 2010: Trucks of the SEMA Show on AutoGuide.com
 

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There were more Cameros there than any other vehicle, if fact I think we heard that one of every three vehciels was a Camero
 

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There were more Cameros there than any other vehicle, if fact I think we heard that one of every three vehciels was a Camero
Why? :icon_confused:
 

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Why? :icon_confused:
Not sure why, a lot of new products of course are made for the hotest new cars so that may have played a hugh part in it. Many of them were in the body & paint sections and the performance parts section which made since.

There were three smarts there and three Grand Charakees, there was a fairly good reposentation by the Charger and Challenger as well.
 
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