The array of things to see every year at the SEMA Show is astounding. Check out some of the highlights of this year’s event inside, including celebrity appearances, top show cars, new products and killer demos!
It’s not everyday that you encounter a classic hot rod with a futuristic flair, but that’s exactly what we came across this year at the annual SEMA Show in Las Vegas – one fit with a modern Tremec transmission!
Original Equipment Reproduction (OER) is continually expanding coverage for early and late model Camaro, Chevrolet, Mopar, Chevy trucks, and more. Check out the original Dick Harrell Camaro they brought to SEMA!
As the aftermarket becomes more electronically savvy, wiring a vehicle can get quite complicated. MSD is solving that problems with Brainwave, an incredibly powerful network that shares information efficiently.
Radical new dash, data logger and display from the gurus at Auto Meter. Highest quality display, best in class data acquisition, built for harsh environments and made in the USA – learn more here!
Chaotic Customs built this one of a kind 1940 Ford dubbed Bankrupt Blues on a Total Cost Involved Chassis. Featured prominently in the NAPA display at the SEMA show, we checkout this unique build
What do the Ring Brothers and Royal Purple have in common? All of their builds feature Royal Purple products because it’s a name they can count on. We took a look at some new products, check it out inside.
While we’ll be bringing you all kinds of content from the SEMA Show this week, we also wanted to spice things up a bit and give you a taste of some of the amazing hot rods on the floor. Check out a new one each day!
There’s no denying the power and prestige of a SEMA Show car, but what’s it like to build or contribute to one of these beauties? Well, that’s exactly what we set out to find out from some of SEMA’s builders!
We dropped in at Unique Specialty & Classic Cars to learn more about the company and to check out the beautiful ’34 Ford that was featured at their booth this year. Read more for our spotlight on the two.
There’s a difference between a reality show, and a show that’s real. Meggan Bailey, Jeff Allen and the Mad Scientist make it real on The Car Chasers, and count on Classic Industries to keep it real.
The new XFI Sportsman EFI controller from FAST fills the gap between the plug-n-play EZ-EFI systems and the high-end XFI controller. Check out all the details on this versatile ECU.
We stop in at Dynotech Driveshafts to check out their aftermarket line of driveshafts which greatly improve the performance, handling, and overall weight of your vehicle, check it out.
In a field of Corvettes, Camaros and Mustangs, we find another car that looks just as cool and is set up for an additional three passengers. Skrape’s 1966 Nova wagon may have four doors, but it’s all business.
We don’t often see a fully restored 1957 Chevrolet pickup, when it’s a Cameo we see even fewer. But thanks to Classic Industries and CW Restoration Shop, this one is back on the road again.