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Every year, companies all over the country put together show trucks to show off their shop’s ability, their skill set and the broad array of parts available within the aftermarket to make any truck unique to an owner’s needs or styling preferences.

The SEMA show in Las Vegas, Nevada, is usually where these builds are showcased and where everyone gathers in November to see the latest and greatest product ideas to hit the market every year. For James Brendle, owner of Custom Auto in Idaho Falls, Idaho, building show trucks from SEMA is nothing new. He’s been doing it for almost 20 years now. However, as the brain child and leading force behind the Ultimate Callout Challenge and Diesel Performance Industry (DPI) Expo, now being held in Indianapolis every May, Brendle wanted to build something a little more versatile that could not only be that “show truck” you’d expect to see at SEMA, but also still keep its usefulness to be driven from show to show and not trailered everywhere it goes.

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