And thus ladies and gentlemen, we hit a new level of excitement for the 2012 edition of SEMA. We’re back in the Tonka Toy division.
This is the Kelderman Ford F250 Super Duty. Even when observed in natural, factory condition, this strikes you as a big car.
With this version however, we’re dealing with one of two things: a company showing off or a man missing something in a very useful area.
Thankfully, in this case the small penis jokes come to an end quickly since the name of the company is in the title.
Kelderman is the company that did most of the work on this car and you can easily tell they specialize in suspension systems.
It seems that their favorite side of that business is in coming up with new air suspension bits that are making this F250 look so much taller.
Attempting to make it look cooler is Tim Nicolau Designs. They opted for a black and green exterior which looks like some of my toys.
The new system is actually adjustable and can provide between eight and ten inches of lift, courtesy of an AccuAir TouchPad air suspension management device.
Frankly, it’s not a vehicle you’d normally use around town. Then again, if you’re willing to prepare yourself for the zombie apocalypse this car is pretty well suited.
Unless the undead you run over weigh about as much as a “small” F150 pickup, you should be able to go over them with the Kelderman F250.