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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...
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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Classic Car Studio's Noah Alexander—star of Velocity's Speed is the New Black—joins THE SHOP staffer Anthony Bowe for a conversation in the MagnaFlow booth during the first day of 2018 SEMA Show....
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Spring Green, Wisconsin-based Ringbrothers is celebrating its 15th SEMA Show this year—Mike & Jim Ring joined us for a convesation from the show floor...
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One of the oldest and most respected Mustang Car Clubs in America is the Mustang Club of San Diego...
1979 Datsun ZX named 2ATZx, customized and built by Brandon Wargo
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It wasn’t necessarily a given Brandon Wargo would inherit the same passion for custom cars as his father, John Wargo. But if Brandon’s SEMA Show plans are any indication, the wrench doesn’t fall too far from the toolbox, so to speak...
Jonathan Ward and the engineers at Icon 4x4 are set to bring a Tesla-Mercury mash-up to SEMA this year.
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Stop by the Optima booth (No. 20323) to see the build...
River City Rods & Fabrication's GTB100 "El Chapo" build will meet the public for the first time at the SEMA Show
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Not many builders decide to blaze new trails in advance of a high- profile stage like the Oct. 30-Nov. 2 SEMA Show, but that’s exactly what Craig Piggott of River City Rods & Fabrication has done with his landmark GTB100 build, dubbed El Chapo...
1973 Chevelle Laguna with the all-new LT5 6.2-liter supercharged crate engine
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Chevrolet Performance’s newest crate engines are set to go on display in a trio of vintage vehicles at the Oct. 30-Nov. 2 SEMA Show...

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