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The 1969 Chevy Camaro named TUX—built by Kyle Tucker, president of Detroit Speed—won the SEMA Battle of the Builders contest las
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Kyle Tucker, president of Detroit Speed, won the SEMA Battle of the Builders contest with his 1969 Chevy Camaro named TUX...
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CarBuff Network is an online platform meant to unite shops and industry players with car enthusiasts. Learn more in the video above and check out the website for yourself at carbuffnetwork.com...
eCOPO Camaro concept
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The eCOPO Camaro is entirely electric-powered, driven by an electric motor providing the equivalent of more than 700 horsepower and 600 lb-ft of torque...
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Cap-it recently opened its first U.S. truck accessories and installation shop in the U.S. after operating in Canada for decades. Sean McGrath, executive vice president of Cap-it, joins THE SHOP staffer Anthony Bowe to discuss where the franchising shop business plans to go from here...
Hellephant is a 426 Supercharged Mopar Crate HEMI engine that turns the crank at a mammoth 1,000 horsepower and 950 lb.-ft. of t
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Mopar revealed its new 426 Supercharged Mopar Crate HEMI Engine and Kit named Hellephant last week at the SEMA Show. Learn all about it…
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Jay Abitz helped guide a student-built project vehicle to the SEMA Show for the second consecutive year...
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Stuart Gosswein, SEMA’s senior director of federal government affairs, joins Anthony Bowe for a conversation on how the U.S. government’s tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum are affecting the market…
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The same private equity that owns Driven Performance Brands has acquired Holley Performance Products from Lincolnshire Management Inc...
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Murray Pfaff of Detroit’s Pfaff Designs joined THE SHOP’s Anthony Bowe for interview on Day 3 of the 2018 SEMA Show. Pfaff, who collaborates with builders and shops that build one-off masterpieces, shared his thoughts on SEMA showstoppers this year, the inspiration behind his designs, and why getting the aftermarket involved in the local community is a big deal...
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Randy Weaver owns Salt Lake City-based Weaver Customs with his wife Sydney. The Weavers offer a range of custom services for customers but also produce one special project per year to promote their shop. On Day 3 of the SEMA Show, Randy joined THE SHOP magazine staffer Anthony Bowe for a conversation about his business and the cars he showed at SEMA...

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