Ford will present an entire line of custom trucks at the SEMA show next month. The company has teamed up with a number of aftermarket specialists to create the models that can be viewed at the Auto Show.

The first is a Godfather Customs 2011 Ford F-150, which is based on the F-150 powered by a 3.5l EcoBoost engine. The truck features a 2.5-inch cowl induction hood, bumper cover, roll pan, handle relocator, tonneau bed cover and liner and halo taillamps.

The second F-150 is a creation of Mickey Thompson and includes 35-inch Mickey Thompson Baja Claw TTC Radical tires, Fabtech 6-inch suspension, PIAA auxiliary lighting and Warn Industries winch recovery gear.

The Custom Shop's version of Ford F-150 features performance upgrade and some stylish goodies - handles, lightweight tonneau cover, lightweight rims and low-rolling-resistance tires.

Rize Industries 2011 Ford F 350 Super Duty is a motocross concept, which is designed to ride higher than the regular version, because of the 8" quad-link suspension.

The 2011 Ford F 350 Super Duty from Cars by Kris and Airhead Kustoms is named Pitt Boss.

Last is the Suspensions' 2011 Ford F-350 Super Duty, which is remarkable because of its suspensions. It features heavy-duty front and rear Fab Fours bumpers to fit its higher stance.