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<p>By Mike Levine @ Pickuptrucks.com</p>
<p>Every year, Ford partners with leading vehicle customizers from around the country to create one-off cars and trucks for the SEMA show. For 2010, the automaker teamed up with Cars by Kris for the first time to deliver the Pit Boss, based on the 2011 Ford F-350 Super Duty. It's one of the sharpest-looking trucks we've seen at the show this year.</p>
<p>The Pit Boss is the ultimate towing and support vehicle to haul your racecar to the track and serve as a mobile pit stop. The truck offers a bed-mounted tire cage and custom swing-case toolboxes. Airhead Customs did the slick dark-gray paint job with bright orange highlights. The massive 10-lug wheels look like the turbines from a jet engine with low-profile Falken tires.</p>
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<p>Inside, there's a custom headliner and leather upholstery, along with sound-deadening material and an in-dash computer system.</p>
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