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Ed Schartman’s Cyclone funny car (right) was also called the Air Lift Rattler.
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Postwar America was thriving in 1949 when Air Lift hit the scene to solve the weighty issue of heavy-loaded vehicles…
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...
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Ring demonstrates how to properly buff with 3M Compounds and wiping the area down with a clean microfiber towel and polish...
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ROBORACE, a series documenting the in-depth process of one of the most complex artificial intelligence vehicles ever made, offers insight into how the team is bringing the car and the competition to life...
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Almost three years ago, a cavernous sinkhole swallowed eight Corvettes on display in the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky...
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...
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...
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For unionized auto workers, even amid a booming U.S. market, the only safe jobs of late have been building pickups and sport utility vehicles...
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Volkswagen Group has agreed to buy back about 20,000 polluting 3-liter, 6-cylinder diesel vehicles in the U.S...
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…

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