• Mobsteel created the ultimate mobile billboard – a chopped and lowered Transit Connect cargo van promoting what Detroit Steel Wheel Company does best

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  • Blood & Grease transformed a Transit Connect cargo van into a high-end fashion boutique on four wheels

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  • CGS Motorsports created a mobile speed shop for the drag strip

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  • Impulse Marketing & Media looks back to a simpler time; it transformed a Transit Connect cargo van into a baked goods delivery vehicle

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  • K-Daddyz Kustomz created a mobile workplace for graphic design

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  • LGE*CTS Motorsports turned a Transit Connect Wagon into a Cross Country cruiser complete with top-of-the-line technology

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  • Strange Motion designed a Transit Connect Wagon especially for its BMX team, with room to haul six bikes and six people

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  • Pentech Automotive turned a Transit Connect Wagon into a vehicle gamers can take on the road

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  • eJudged repurposed a Transit Connect into a stylish mobile hot spot, loaded with technology for the road

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The Ford booth here at SEMA is practically a 1970s throwback with all these customized vans sitting front and center. And we're completely fine with that. Take the black and yellow (black and yellow, black and yellow) 2014 Transit Connect from Mobsteel above. It's got a great stance, sits on steel wheels and has a pretty cool paint job and graphics package to boot.

With 57 vehicles planned for its SEMA display, it comes as little surprise that Ford has plenty of teasers for its show cars. After showing us what it has in store for the Mustang, Fiesta and Focus ST, now we're getting a look at some of the custom creations based on the redesigned 2014 Transit Connect van.

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