The annual SEMA car show has been an event that I have been wanting to attend for a very long time. I remember first reading about SEMA years ago during my junior year in high school, when nitrous technology and clear taillights were all the rage. Planning time for SEMA was impossible, considering that it always conflicted with my school schedule, and invitation was limited to those employed within the industry.
This year, I was given the opportunity to travel to Las Vegas and experience SEMA for the first time. The venue was larger than I expected, with cars spanning the entire length of all exhibit halls. It was difficult to devote any amount to attention to a specific build because of how much there was to see. Many details were over looked because so many cars displayed top tier craftsmanship and execution. I found it interesting to observe how trends in the aftermarket community shift so frequently. Gone are the over-sized nitrous bottles which have now been replaced by air suspension components and widened body panels. Overall, SEMA was a great experience and I’m glad to have finally witnessed this event firsthand.
TRUCKS & MISC.