SEMA Coverage


SEMA 2014: Axalta Coating Systems Shines

Water-borne paint is a reality for many regions, and Axalta's Cromax Pro isn't just an alternative to low-VOC solvent-based technology - it's an upgrade! Read More


SEMA 2014: Spectre Performance Equipped Chevy C10 Hits The Autocross

Spectre Performance stepped up its game and brought out this road racing Chevrolet C10, all prepped for the OPTIMA Challenge following SEMA. Wearing the badge from plenty of sponsors, Spectre was there Read More


SEMA 2014: Gennie Shifter Provides Stout Options For Automatic Transmissions

We stopped by Gennie Shifter's booth to get a closer look at the newest offering within their Commander Series of shift sticks. If you've been looking for a stout looking shifter for your automatic, check them out. Read More


SEMA 2014: Wheel Vintiques Showcases Its Passion For Hot Rodding’s Many Niches

Hot rodding is as ecclectic as the country we live in–Wheel Vintiques' booth showcased their passion for the diversity of hot rodding. Learn more about their booth display and products inside. Read More


SEMA 2014: Blevins’ Auto Debuts At SEMA With LS-Powered 3100

We spoke with Chance Blevins of Blevins' Auto. The SEMA Show was special for them as this was their debut year at the event. They certainly came out swinging with this '51 LS3-powered Advanced Design. Check it out. Read More


SEMA 2014: United Pacific Unveils Brizio-Built ’32 Company Vehicle

David Odegard details United Pacific's latest showcase, a completed '32 reproduction built by Roy Brizio Street Rods. Check out this closeup view of United Pacific's Ford-licensed deuce inside. Read More


Tyler Nelson Gives Us The Lowdown On The G3 Rods 1937 Packard

Tyler Nelson of G3 Rods out of Rapid City, South Dakota gave us the rundown on one of their most pristine builds, their 1937 Packard custom. Check out one of Rod Authority's favorite builds from SEMA 2014. Read More


SEMA 2014: Restomod Air Breathes New Life Into Classic Rides

Restomod Air is living up to its name with Bluetooth integration to its A/C systems. It's called Air Touch, and works on several mobile platforms to take control of air conditioning to the next level: wireless. Read More


SEMA 2014: Brookville Roadster Comes To Town With Three Sweet ’32s

Brookville Roadster brought a trio of '32 Fords to the SEMA Show this year, and we couldn't let them leave without first getting the skinny on the lovely red hot rod they had on display. Check out the specs inside. Read More


SEMA 2014: Miller Electric Sparks Up New Welding Machines

Miller Electric was proud to have live demonstrations of its new Millermatic offerings, including the 141 and 190, at the recent 2014 SEMA Show. Read up on all the stats and specs on these units inside. Read More


SEMA 2014: Spectre Performance Cold Air Intakes For Tight Tolerances

Spectre Performance brought out this super clean 1951 GMC pickup. In order to get a little performance out of an LS swap, they devised a CAI that avoided putting a small filter directly behind the radiator. Read More


SEMA 2014: Spectre Performance Classes Up A Street Rod Engine

Spectre Performance has been around for over 30 years and have come a long way since their hose coverings from decades ago. These days you can find cold air intakes and even engine dress up components for underhood. Read More


SEMA 2014: The Easy Way To Lift Or Move Cars With Zendex Tool

Moving cars around the shop is not so hard when the car can be started, but works in progress can sometimes get in the way and are difficult to move. Zendex Tools created the GoJak as a solution to limited space. Read More


SEMA 2014: Auto Meter Offers GPS-Accuracy for Speedometer Line

Auto Meter Gauges has released a new line go GPS Speedometers. These compact units feature an internal GPS unit and are plug and play, with no calibration needed. Read More


SEMA 2014: AkzoNobel Adds A Dash Of Color To Its Display Corvette

AkzoNobel went wild with a new matte tricoat color on their LPE-equipped C7. It's called Ember Orange, and complements the body lines of the supercar in ways that many will find appealing. Check it out! Read More

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