This year at the Specialty Equipment Market Association show (SEMA) in Las Vegas we have seen the usual brilliant amalgam of high-tech gadgets, tricked-out speedster, race-engineered suspensions and interiors fit for a museum. But, again, as usual, alongside the glorious mods, there are plenty of strange, dumb and just plain ugly cars, trucks and SUVs. A day's worth of walking around the parking lot unearthed these gems. They are triumphs of bad taste or bad judgment. Or, in many cases, both.