Revving Up the Excitement: Corvette Highlights from SEMA 2018

Corvette Highlights from SEMA 2018 – October 30 – November 2, 2018

Welcome to our retrospective journey through the 2018 SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) event as featured in the esteemed Vette Vues Magazine. Unfortunately, due to a family illness, Wayne Ellwood had to forgo his anticipated trip to SEMA, preventing the creation of his customary event report. In response, Ellwood curated an enlightening review of SEMA 2018 by weaving together a mosaic of online posts and images. To provide comprehensive coverage, Ellwood has thoughtfully included his own photographic archives from prior exhibitions. Join us as we explore the Corvette highlights and innovations of the SEMA 2018 showcase.

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BATTLE OF THE BUILDERS: SEMA 2018

Each year, fierce competition unfolds as talented builders vie for acclaim within their industry and the broader public’s gaze. The Battle of the Builder contest showcases exclusively new, awe-inspiring automotive creations, whether crafted by emerging startups or seasoned industry veterans. These remarkable vehicles embody the pinnacle of innovation and design, setting standards that surpass all expectations.

1966 – JERRY JACOBS (WHITE, FULL CUSTOM)

This remarkable vehicle stands as the result of Jerry’s dedicated six-year labor of love. An intriguing aspect arises as online images showcase a car that transitioned between 1963 and 1966 styles over this creative journey. Throughout this transformative build, Jerry Jacobs judiciously sought expertise when needed, enlisting assistance for the engine, exhaust, and paintwork while preserving his creative vision for various other elements.

Handcrafting the front valance, door sills, rear valance, and rear bumpers from a fusion of aluminum and fiberglass, Jerry’s artistry shines through. The engine, expertly engineered by MAST Engineering, produces an impressive 670 HP at the flywheel, setting the stage for a compelling automotive masterpiece.

A Six-Year Journey: Jerry Jacobs' Automotive Masterpiece
A Six-Year Journey: Jerry Jacobs’ Automotive Masterpiece
Evolution of Elegance: Witness the Transition in Jerry Jacobs' Corvette
Evolution of Elegance: Witness the Transition in Jerry Jacobs’ Corvette
Meticulous Craftsmanship: Jerry Jacobs' Hand-Built Front Valance and More
Meticulous Craftsmanship: Jerry Jacobs’ Hand-Built Front Valance and More
Powerhouse Engine: MAST Engineering's 670 HP Marvel in Jerry Jacobs' Corvette
Powerhouse Engine: MAST Engineering’s 670 HP Marvel in Jerry Jacobs’ Corvette
The Heart of the Beast: Delve into the Engine Powering Jerry Jacobs' Dream Machine
The Heart of the Beast: Delve into the Engine Powering Jerry Jacobs’ Dream Machine
Behind the Scenes: Jerry Jacobs' Collaborative Project Unveiled
Behind the Scenes: Jerry Jacobs’ Collaborative Project Unveiled
From 1963 to 1966: A Unique Blend of Styles in Jerry Jacobs' Corvette
From 1963 to 1966: A Unique Blend of Styles in Jerry Jacobs’ Corvette
Driving Artistry: Jerry Jacobs' Custom-Built Rear Bumpers Shine
Driving Artistry: Jerry Jacobs’ Custom-Built Rear Bumpers Shine
Sculpted Perfection: Jerry Jacobs' Fusion of Aluminum and Fiberglass Creations
Sculpted Perfection: Jerry Jacobs’ Fusion of Aluminum and Fiberglass Creations

1962 – LARRY CARNEY RESTOMOD by DAVE KINDIG

Dave Kindig’s craftsmanship shines in the creation of a custom 1962 Corvette, a spectacular gift for Larry Carney and his son. This vehicle exemplifies the traditional Kindig hallmark: unparalleled quality. Built on an Art Morrison 4-wheel independent suspension frame, it boasts the power of an LT-4 engine paired with a GM 6-speed transmission.

The extensive list of Kindig modifications includes skillful bumper tucking, emblem flush-mounting, the crafting of all trim (except the windshield frame, meticulously fashioned from aluminum stock), and a clever installation of a C3-style gas cap filler at the center of the trunk lid.

Notably, a specially-requested 4-tip exhaust system demanded the rear valance’s expert modification and the creation of a new license plate surround, elegantly encompassing the exhaust tips. The stunning wheels, a Kindig design, are skillfully produced by Billet Specialties. The vehicle’s interior receives the royal treatment with luxurious leather, completing this automotive masterpiece.

Beyond Restoration: A Modern Twist in Larry Carney's 1962 Corvette
Beyond Restoration: A Modern Twist in Larry Carney’s 1962 Corvette
Custom Craftsmanship: Exploring the Details of Larry Carney's Restomod
Custom Craftsmanship: Exploring the Details of Larry Carney’s Restomod
Reviving the Classics: Dave Kindig's Artistry in Larry Carney's Corvette
Reviving the Classics: Dave Kindig’s Artistry in Larry Carney’s Corvette
A Kindig Masterpiece: Larry Carney's 1962 Corvette Comes to Life
A Kindig Masterpiece: Larry Carney’s 1962 Corvette Comes to Life
Sleek and Stylish: The Unveiling of Larry Carney's Stunning Restomod
Sleek and Stylish: The Unveiling of Larry Carney’s Stunning Restomod
Every Angle a Masterpiece: Larry Carney's Dave Kindig-Enhanced Corvette
Every Angle a Masterpiece: Larry Carney’s Dave Kindig-Enhanced Corvette
Innovative Engineering: Dave Kindig's Signature Touch on Larry Carney's Ride
Innovative Engineering: Dave Kindig’s Signature Touch on Larry Carney’s Ride
Sculpted Elegance: Larry Carney's Restomod Beauty by Dave Kindig"
Sculpted Elegance: Larry Carney’s Restomod Beauty by Dave Kindig”

1958 – HEARTLAND CUSTOMS, JEFF PAGE, RED CORVETTE

In 1958, Heartland Customs, led by Jeff Page from Purcell, Oklahoma, unveiled their exquisite ‘Spec-Series’ masterpiece, custom-tailored for a fortunate customer. Proudly showcased at the Covercraft display, the ‘Spec-Series’ vehicles redefine classic Corvettes, offering a modernized driving experience while preserving the timeless aesthetics of these iconic cars.

This 1958 model, in particular, boasts a ‘hot cam’ version of the Spec 1 engine, delivering an impressive 480 horsepower at the flywheel. Built on a Roadster Shop chassis with rear independent suspension and a well-balanced front system, it promises a dynamic ride.

The car’s exterior dazzles with a metal flake finish, and the interior receives a lavish update with full leather accents. Notably, in 2018, this remarkable creation earned the prestigious GM ‘Car of the Year’ Award, solidifying its status as a true automotive gem.

1958 Heartland Customs Corvette: Where Classic Meets Modern Brilliance
1958 Heartland Customs Corvette: Where Classic Meets Modern Brilliance
Revving Up Nostalgia: A Closer Look at the 1958 Heartland Customs Masterpiece
Revving Up Nostalgia: A Closer Look at the 1958 Heartland Customs Masterpiece
Sleek and Powerful: Unveiling the 'Spec-Series' Marvel from Heartland Customs
Sleek and Powerful: Unveiling the ‘Spec-Series’ Marvel from Heartland Customs
The 1958 Beauty: A Glimpse into the Heartland Customs' Award-Winning Corvette
The 1958 Beauty: A Glimpse into the Heartland Customs’ Award-Winning Corvette

Innovation on Wheels: Exploring the Heartland Customs 1958 Corvette's Elegance
Innovation on Wheels: Exploring the Heartland Customs 1958 Corvette’s Elegance
Redefining Excellence: The GM 'Car of the Year' 1958 Heartland Customs Corvette
Redefining Excellence: The GM ‘Car of the Year’ 1958 Heartland Customs Corvette

RETURNING CARS ON VENDOR DISPLAYS: 2018 SEMA

1954 – TRANSITONS BY LARRY GRIFFEY

Introducing ‘Transitions’ by Larry Griffey of Knoxville, Tennessee, a stunning 1954 Corvette that graced the SEMA showcase before embarking on its journey to the Barrett-Jackson auction. Under the hood, this masterpiece roars to life with a custom Edelbrock supercharged 5.7-liter V8 LS1 engine, seamlessly paired with a 4L60E 4-speed automatic transmission.

Larry’s artistry extends to the vehicle’s core, featuring a Jamison tubular chassis, C4 suspension, and custom anti-sway bars on both front and rear axles. Braking performance is elevated by high-performance Baer 14-inch 6-piston disc brakes, complemented by custom emblems and a unique LS engine cover. The interior indulges in sophistication, boasting Classic Instruments gauges, chrome accents by Advanced Plating, Vintage Air for climate control, and NuRelics power windows.

Body enhancements are a testament to Larry’s craftsmanship, including a tapered body drop, widened proportions, and the removal and extension of rear wheel wells. The cowl undergoes modification to accommodate a 1956 windshield, while the cowl vent and gas lid are elegantly omitted. The rear hatch welcomes a 1956 removable top for a striking finish. Safety is paramount with the inclusion of a roll cage, hidden fuel, brake lines, and custom CNC machined fender trim reminiscent of the 1953 Corvette prototype.

Distinguished by a custom hood scoop, split, and widened doors for power roll-up windows, a lift-off hardtop, and remote-controlled door latches, ‘Transitions’ redefines automotive excellence. Its polished aluminum and stainless components, along with intricate CNC machine work by Lokar, exude refinement. Finished in striking Soul Red paint, the interior boasts Deep Earth leather. This award-winning ‘Vette commands attention on Billet Specialties wheels.

A Masterpiece in Motion: 'Transitions' - Larry Griffey's 1954 Corvette
A Masterpiece in Motion: ‘Transitions’ – Larry Griffey’s 1954 Corvette
The Elegance of 'Transitions': A Deep Earth Leather Interior to Marvel At
The Elegance of ‘Transitions’: A Deep Earth Leather Interior to Marvel At
Unleashing Power: Inside the Engine Bay of 'Transitions' Corvette
Unleashing Power: Inside the Engine Bay of ‘Transitions’ Corvette
From Soul Red to Polished Chrome: The Allure of 'Transitions' in Seven Captivating Shots
From Soul Red to Polished Chrome: The Allure of ‘Transitions’ in Seven Captivating Shots
From SEMA to Auction Block: The Journey of 'Transitions' by Larry Griffey
From SEMA to Auction Block: The Journey of ‘Transitions’ by Larry Griffey
Craftsmanship Beyond Compare: Larry Griffey's Artistry in Every Detail
Craftsmanship Beyond Compare: Larry Griffey’s Artistry in Every Detail
Where Classic Meets Modern: 'Transitions' - A Work of Automotive Art
Where Classic Meets Modern: ‘Transitions’ – A Work of Automotive Art

1963 “SPLIT SECOND” BY EDDIE’S ROD & CUSTOM SHOP AT THE 2018 SEMA EVENT

Behold the ‘Split Second’ 1963 Corvette, skillfully crafted by Eddie’s Rod & Custom Shop in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and a returning star at SEMA. Building on last year’s acclaim, this iconic vehicle received a stunning makeover, beginning with a custom IRS Art Morrison chassis that elevates comfort and handling. Equipped with adjustable coil-overs all around, this Corvette boasts a 500 HP 327 small block engine, complete with a custom fuel injection intake manifold. Power is harnessed through a Tremec 6-speed manual transmission, while a robust Dana 60 rear end ensures stability.

The ‘Split Second’ doesn’t compromise on performance, featuring 14.5” carbon ceramic Wilwood disc brakes with 6-piston calipers for impeccable stopping power. Custom B-Forged 19” wheels elevate its aesthetics. Despite retaining the classic lines of the C2 Corvette, a closer look reveals flush-mounted windows and the absence of vent windows on the doors. The hood maintains its original direction but now operates with electronic actuators, far from the stock mechanism.

Inside, the dashboard receives a modern touch, seamlessly accommodating an iPad 4 as the control interface. The wireless touchscreen takes command of various functions, from ignition to climate control, making it a truly innovative ride. Notably, this exceptional vehicle earned the prestigious GM ‘Car of the Year’ Award in 2017, cementing its status as an automotive marvel.

Under the Hood: Unveiling the 500 HP Powerhouse of 'Split Second'
Under the Hood: Unveiling the 500 HP Powerhouse of ‘Split Second’
Return to SEMA Glory: The 'Split Second' Revs Up for Another Showcase
Return to SEMA Glory: The ‘Split Second’ Revs Up for Another Showcase
Modern Marvel: Inside the High-Tech Interior of 'Split Second'
Modern Marvel: Inside the High-Tech Interior of ‘Split Second’
In the Limelight: The 'Split Second' 1963 Corvette by Eddie's Rod & Custom Shop
In the Limelight: The ‘Split Second’ 1963 Corvette by Eddie’s Rod & Custom Shop
GM's Best: 'Split Second' Crowned 'Car of the Year' at SEMA 2017
GM’s Best: ‘Split Second’ Crowned ‘Car of the Year’ at SEMA 2017
Masterful Makeover: 'Split Second' Rides in Style with Custom Chassis
Masterful Makeover: ‘Split Second’ Rides in Style with Custom Chassis

2018 – ZR-1 STYLED CUSTOM BY IVAN TAMPI

In 2018, Ivan Tampi made a captivating statement at SEMA with not one but two extraordinary vehicles. The first in line was his very own ‘ZR-1 Styled Custom’ C7, showcasing the exclusive Tampi XIK Limited Edition carbon fiber Widebody kit. This comprehensive kit encompasses the ITC XIK Hood, carbon fiber targa top, hood, pillars, halo, trunk, and a striking XIK GT-style carbon fiber wing.

The exterior is a testament to Ivan’s unique vision, boasting a sleek black finish complemented by a custom copper-tint coat, which magically shifts to a captivating brown-green hue. Rolling on Tampi-designed Kompression wheels, this vehicle is a true work of art.

Inside, 2017 witnessed the introduction of a custom ITC Alcantara interior and a custom carbon fiber overlay, setting the stage for a lavish driving experience. In 2018, Ivan’s commitment to excellence continued with the integration of additional custom copper carbon fiber elements, creating an overall effect that’s nothing short of mesmerizing.

A Masterpiece Unveiled: Ivan Tampi's 2018 ZR-1 Styled Custom at SEMA
A Masterpiece Unveiled: Ivan Tampi’s 2018 ZR-1 Styled Custom at SEMA
Double the Beauty: Ivan Tampi's Twin Marvels Shine Bright at SEMA 2018
Double the Beauty: Ivan Tampi’s Twin Marvels Shine Bright at SEMA 2018
Copper Elegance: The Stunning Transformation of Tampi's 2018 Creation
Copper Elegance: The Stunning Transformation of Tampi’s 2018 Creation

A second car was called WHITE DRAGON. The body kit is very similar. The paint is a dazzling Pearl White color.

Carbon Fiber Extravaganza: The Exquisite Details of Tampi's XIK Kit
Carbon Fiber Extravaganza: The Exquisite Details of Tampi’s XIK Kit
Chameleon on Wheels: Witness the Color-Shifting Magic of Ivan Tampi's C7
Chameleon on Wheels: Witness the Color-Shifting Magic of Ivan Tampi’s C7
Interior Luxury: Step Inside Ivan Tampi's Alcantara and Carbon Fiber Oasis
Interior Luxury: Step Inside Ivan Tampi’s Alcantara and Carbon Fiber Oasis

Wheel of Fortune: Kompression Wheels Complete the Vision of Excellence
Wheel of Fortune: Kompression Wheels Complete the Vision of Excellence

RACE CAR THEME

1982 – “STEAM” THEME RACE CAR AT SEMA 2018

In 1982, the ‘STEAM’ Theme Race Car made its grand entrance, boldly redefining the common ‘STEM’ acronym, which typically stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. The extra ‘A’ in ‘STEAM’ represents ‘Art,’ and it’s not just a concept; it’s woven into every fiber of this stunning presentation.

This 1980 Corvette was meticulously crafted to serve as a club-level race car, equipped with virtually everything needed for high-performance action. However, its purpose extended beyond the racetrack; it was strategically designed as a promotional vehicle. Its mission? To underscore the vital connection between practical application and adult education, championed by the Warren County Tech Center’s ‘Advanced Motorsports Academy.’

In a collaborative effort, partners like the Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce, Holley Performance, the National Corvette Museum, SKYCTC, and the Warren County Tech Center rallied behind this initiative. The car’s journey began as a Corvette L82, but it now boasts a race-prepped 2006 6-liter engine coupled with a GM TH350 transmission, ensuring a thrilling ride.

Speed Meets Education: The 'STEAM' Theme Race Car's Dual Role Unveiled
Speed Meets Education: The ‘STEAM’ Theme Race Car’s Dual Role Unveiled
Redefining 'STEAM': The Artful Elegance of a Race Car with Purpose
Redefining ‘STEAM’: The Artful Elegance of a Race Car with Purpose
A Symphony of Partnerships: The Collaborative Spirit Behind the 'STEAM' Racer
A Symphony of Partnerships: The Collaborative Spirit Behind the ‘STEAM’ Racer

1982 – RACE-THEMED CORVETTE

In 1982, another captivating race-themed Corvette took the spotlight, courtesy of Jeremy Adams, showcasing the seamless fusion of performance and artistry. This remarkable vehicle was prominently featured at the ‘Borg-Warner Gauges’ display, further underscoring the dedication to precision and innovation in the automotive world.

Unveiling Excellence: Jeremy Adams' Racing Marvel at org-Warner Gauges
Unveiling Excellence: Jeremy Adams’ Racing Marvel at org-Warner Gauges

2003 – KYLE LOFTIS C5 DRAG CAR

In 2003, Kyle Loftis, renowned for his ‘1320 Video’ on YouTube, brought a roaring 2001 Z06 drag car to SEMA, igniting the passion of performance enthusiasts. This extraordinary vehicle is a true unicorn, often sparking legendary tales of its production statistics. However, it’s the remarkable performance figures that truly steal the show.

In 2017, this Z06 blazed down the track, achieving awe-inspiring 9-second times. But with great speed comes great challenges, and the car endured a fiery incident on the racetrack. It emerged from the flames as a phoenix, reborn, and rebuilt to meet the highest safety standards.

A comprehensive fire suppression system and essential safety equipment, including a roll bar from RPM Roll Bars, were installed to ensure Kyle’s safe return to the track. Now, with the green light to run a certified 9.99, this drag car has already shattered expectations with an impressive 9.70 elapsed time.

Phoenix Unleashed: Kyle Loftis' Resilient Z06 Drag Car at SEMA
Phoenix Unleashed: Kyle Loftis’ Resilient Z06 Drag Car at SEMA
Racing Resilience: Kyle Loftis' Z06 Blazes a Trail of Redemption
Racing Resilience: Kyle Loftis’ Z06 Blazes a Trail of Redemption
9.70 and Counting: The Z06 Drag Car's Thunderous Triumph on the Track
9.70 and Counting: The Z06 Drag Car’s Thunderous Triumph on the Track
Resurrected Power: Witness the Thrilling Rebirth of the Z06 Drag Car
Resurrected Power: Witness the Thrilling Rebirth of the Z06 Drag Car

NOWICKI-MICHELIN CONCDPT 7 AT SEMA 2018

The NOWICKI-MICHELIN CONCEPT 7, masterminded by Jeff Nowicki, first debuted as a groundbreaking package for the C7 Corvette. Forging strategic partnerships with industry giants like Michelin and Purifoy Chevrolet, Jeff meticulously curated a performance and appearance package that not only excelled but also enticed Corvette C7 enthusiasts.

Over the following two years, Jeff tirelessly evolved this design, staying in step with emerging technologies and product advancements. Today, Corvette C7 owners can revel in a world of choices, all crafted from precision-engineered carbon fiber composites.

Each component adheres to exacting standards, prioritizing flawless fit, impeccable finish, and impeccable production quality. From the heat extractor hood to the carbon front grill center bar, fender gill inserts, rear tail light bezels, rear spoiler, rear lower diffuser, carbon ‘A’ pillar trim, to rear quarter air intakes, the CONCEPT 7 offers an array of captivating options.

C7 Customization Redefined: Explore the NOWICKI-MICHELIN Difference
C7 Customization Redefined: Explore the NOWICKI-MICHELIN Difference
Exquisite Craftsmanship: The NOWICKI-MICHELIN CONCEPT 7 Collection
Exquisite Craftsmanship: The NOWICKI-MICHELIN CONCEPT 7 Collection
The Art of Precision: NOWICKI-MICHELIN's C7 Carbon Fiber Creations
The Art of Precision: NOWICKI-MICHELIN’s C7 Carbon Fiber Creations
Unveiling Innovation: The NOWICKI-MICHELIN CONCEPT 7's Carbon Fiber Elegance
Unveiling Innovation: The NOWICKI-MICHELIN CONCEPT 7’s Carbon Fiber Elegance

PERFORMANCE VENDORS: SEMA SHOW 2018

LINGENFELTER PERFORMANCE ENGINEERING

Discovering Excellence with LINGENFELTER PERFORMANCE ENGINEERING

Ken Lingenfelter, a longstanding presence at SEMA, has seamlessly steered Lingenfelter Performance Engineering into a realm of unparalleled automotive acclaim. As a well-respected powerhouse in the industry, the company continually explores fresh horizons, introducing cutting-edge products and forging dynamic partnerships.

One striking example is the collaborative synergy with Superformance, where both entities exemplify peak performance to drive the Grand Sport continuation car to new heights. Each year’s SEMA show becomes a canvas for unveiling innovations, whether from Lingenfelter’s own portfolio or via strategic alliances.

Beyond his professional pursuits, Ken extends his impact to the community with charitable endeavors and captivating car raffles, such as the 1965 Corvette featured this year. His unwavering contributions are acknowledged throughout the industry, a fact emphasized when he shared insights with Brian Brennan, Editor of VETTE magazine, representing the HOT ROD family.

Revving Up Excellence: A Glimpse into Lingenfelter's SEMA Showcase
Revving Up Excellence: A Glimpse into Lingenfelter’s SEMA Showcase
Driving Change and Charity: Lingenfelter's Impact Beyond the Auto World
Driving Change and Charity: Lingenfelter’s Impact Beyond the Auto World
Powerhouse Partnerships: Lingenfelter Performance Engineering's SEMA Success
Powerhouse Partnerships: Lingenfelter Performance Engineering’s SEMA Success
Behind the Scenes with Ken Lingenfelter: SEMA's Automotive Innovator
Behind the Scenes with Ken Lingenfelter: SEMA’s Automotive Innovator

RON FELLOWS DRIVING SCHOOL

Situated a mere 60 miles away in Pahrump, Nevada, the Ron Fellows Driving School has become a coveted fixture at SEMA year after year. Enthusiastic Corvette aficionados can’t help but sing praises of the remarkable driving adventures this institution bestows upon them.

"Corvette Enthusiasts in Action: Capturing the Ron Fellows Driving School Experience at SEMA
“Corvette Enthusiasts in Action: Capturing the Ron Fellows Driving School Experience at SEMA
A Lesson in Performance: Ron Fellows Driving School's SEMA Showcase
A Lesson in Performance: Ron Fellows Driving School’s SEMA Showcase

GM LT-5 CRATE ENGINE

Chevy Performance took center stage at the 2018 SEMA event to showcase its latest masterpiece, the LT5 crate engine. This powerhouse, the same engine propelling the 2019 Corvette ZR1, is now available for enthusiasts, offering a ready-to-install solution for a wide range of ambitious projects.

Boasting a commanding 6.2-liter displacement, the LT5 stands as General Motors’ most formidable mill ever introduced in a production vehicle. With an impressive 755 horsepower and 715 lb-ft of torque attainable on regular pump gas, this engine eclipses its predecessors, the supercharged LS9 and LT4 powerplants, setting new standards in the realm of raw horsepower.

Unleash the Beast: GM LT-5 Crate Engine Dominates SEMA 2018
Unleash the Beast: GM LT-5 Crate Engine Dominates SEMA 2018
755 Horses Unleashed: The Raw Power of the GM LT-5 Crate Engine at SEMA
755 Horses Unleashed: The Raw Power of the GM LT-5 Crate Engine at SEMA

INNOVATIVE AUTO SOLUTIONS – BORLA EXHAUST

Innovative Auto Solutions, hailing from Albertville, Minnesota, is renowned for its innovative range of electric and electronic products designed to simplify your life. Their offerings include remote start systems, windshield de-icing solutions, and more. In the world of exhaust systems, BORLA EXHAUST stands as a specialist.

At SEMA 2018, a striking drift car adorned with their products drew attention, although it was challenging to pinpoint the exact sponsor. Nevertheless, the juxtaposition of a crashed car endorsing a product added a touch of unexpected humor to my day.

SEMA Surprises: A Drift Car Mystery Unveils Innovative Auto Solutions and BORLA EXHAUST
SEMA Surprises: A Drift Car Mystery Unveils Innovative Auto Solutions and BORLA EXHAUST
Innovative Auto Solutions & BORLA EXHAUST: Power-Packed Duo Graces SEMA 2018
Innovative Auto Solutions & BORLA EXHAUST: Power-Packed Duo Graces SEMA 2018
From Minnesota to SEMA: Innovative Auto Solutions and BORLA EXHAUST Turn Heads
From Minnesota to SEMA: Innovative Auto Solutions and BORLA EXHAUST Turn Heads

MOTUL

MOTUL Lubricants Steal the Spotlight with Their SEMA Display: Unveiling the Captivating ZR-1.

MISCELLANEOUS

SEMA 2018: Uncovering Hidden Gems – GM’s 2016 Track Day Car, an Enigmatic 1963 Build, and a 1962 Bound for Barrett-Jackson Auction.

Discovering SEMA 2018's Hidden Treasures: GM's 2016 Track Day Car.
Discovering SEMA 2018’s Hidden Treasures: GM’s 2016 Track Day Car.
SEMA 2018: the Enigmatic 1963.
SEMA 2018: the Enigmatic 1963.
SEMA 2018: 1962 Star of Barrett-Jackson Auction.
SEMA 2018: 1962 Star of Barrett-Jackson Auction.

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