We're here at the 2013 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada and there are tons of things to see. Anything from whacky to totally tame, SEMA really has it all. While taking a gander at what was outside, we came across this 1940 Ford Pickup truck. The '41 Ford was built by Scott's Hotrods and Customs. What really made it stand out was its candy red paint.
Owner Erbie Daw is one lucky man. This truck comes with a blown ZZ4 engine that will be sure to grab your attention when the ignition is switched and the throttle is going. Everything on the outside of the truck has been shaved and smoothed to give it a clean look and the body sits on a custom chassis. The cab was stretched 4-inches and the bed was shortened by the same length.
Inside the truck we see a beautiful interior that was done by Ron Mangus, of Ron Mangus Interiors. The candy red pain wraps the wood-finished dash and features aftermarket gauges that fit the time period. The steering wheel utilizes an Ididit steering column and is wrapped in a tan leather.
If you see this truck rolling around your neighborhood, be sure to give the driver a thumbs up.