After missing the show last year, it was great to be back in Vegas for SEMA. It was super-crowded…more than I’ve ever seen. I guess that’s a good thing, but it made it quite difficult to look at some of the vehicles on display.
This ’32 Ford coupe was my favorite car of the show. It didn’t seem to be getting a lot of attention, which is a shame. A really tasteful, quality car.
This thing makes me so happy! Why doesn’t anyone build stuff like this anymore??
Mint green continues to be a popular color with the import crowd. Street Rodders went through this in the 90′s. Is it time for a comeback?
Alloway’s Chevy Fleetline looks great. Typical Alloway formula: stock-ish body + big motor + big 5-window wheels + low stance + exellent craftsmanship = awesome car. It always works and probably always will.
These bolted-on widebody flares were a big trend this year. I believe they are all made by the same Japanese shop, but they’re showing up on all types of vehicles. Actually, widebody conversions of any type are hot right now.