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SEMA has released a report tracking the behavior of 16-24 year consumers and their interactions with the auto aftermarket...
2017 Ford Focus ST created by Blood Type Racing Inc.
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Four aftermarket-enhanced road racers will roll into Las Vegas this year in Ford’s display at the Oct. 31-Nov. 3 SEMA Show...
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Don Hellwig showcases suspension on a trailer at an early rendition of the SEMA Show
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At least one company that exhibited at the first SEMA Show in 1967 is now celebrating its 70th anniversary...
In the image on the left, Ed Cholakian stands in front of his exhibitor booth at the inaugural SEMA show ready greet visitors an
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Cholakian is known for many things, including starting the first specialty auto parts warehouse distribution company, operating a car show in the 1960s, and of course his extensive Cadillac collection...
Actor Dan Blocker of Bonanza fame (left) and Charlie Hayes (right) both drove Nickey-sponsored sports racing cars and represente
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Bill Thomas Chevrolet got into the high-performance market niche in the early 1960s, the same time Nickey Chevrolet was the largest Chevrolet dealership and high-performance car parts shop in the world. The collaborators teamed up at the first SEMA Show...
Project vehicle seen at the Nov. 1-4 SEMA Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas. Photos by Jef White, Anthony Bow
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Welcome to the second part of the Classics & Customs photo gallery with images captured by THE SHOP magazine staff in November during the 2016 SEMA Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center...
The flathead powered 1924 Model T roadster hot rod built in 1939 was a super sight inside Indianapolis‘ Lucas Oil Stadium.
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Ed “Isky” Iskenderian was the first president of SEMA and served that role in 1963 and 1964…
Joe Mondello, picture right, at a SEMA Show before he passed away in 2011
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In 1951, Joe Mondello started racing at airports and drag strips throughout Southern California. Before he was 17 years old, he had ported and relieved more than 50 Ford flathead V8s for the finest engine builders of that era...
Jeep appearing in the Katzkin booth during the 2016 SEMA Show
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The off-road market is enjoying a renaissance. No longer is the Jeep just a bro-ride, as women and families now enjoy the fruits and labors of the off-road and...
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