Ford bought 10 Transit Connects at the SEMA Motor Show. The first is the Strange Motion Transit Connect created for a BMX team. It comes with a widebody kit, a distinct set of unique wheels and sufficient room to accommodate six people and their bikes. The second model is the Mobsteel Transit Connect that takes on a different route as it is described as a "hot rod delivery vehicle."
Details about the model are sparse but it’s known that it features a lower ride height, a wood-grain floor and custom wheels. Then there’s the K-Daddyz Kustomz Transit Connect – a mobile graphics shop that comes with "everything needed to mix paint and create custom graphics." The fourth is the eJudged Transit Connect that is referred to as a mobile office that is filled to the brim with “tech upgrades."
With these modifications, it is the "optimal place to perform car show judging." The CGS Motorsports Transit Connect is described as the ideal vehicle for a night at the drag strip as it features Lincoln Electric welding tools, a VIAIR air compressor and steel cabinets with tools inside them. LGE*CTS Motorsports transformed the Transit Connect into a cross country tourer that has "upgraded performance and technology." And finally, there’s the Pentech Transit Connect that rides on a mobile gaming platform with two driving simulators. [source: Ford]