Like every year, the SEMA Show was held in Las Vegas, bringing together exceptional customized cars. Here is our selection.
The living room of the SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) is “The Place To Be” in the sector of specialized automotive parts and accessories. Like every year at the beginning of November, it is held at Las Vegas Convention Center and only welcomes people from the automobile industry. While the most beautiful models of customized cars in the world were on display, we selected the five most beautiful for you (see slideshow at the end of the article).
This is automaker Kyle Hogue’s everyday car. He used the body of a Ford A coupe model from the 1930s and a frame from a model of the same brand from 1929. It is equipped with a sealed box frame. The vehicle’s power comes from a 480 Chevy Big Block overfed.
Famous actor Kevin Hart customized this GTO to be ready just in time for SEMA. It was taken care of by the Detroit Speed & Engineering garage and under the hood is a 755 horsepower supercharged LT5 engine. It features many parts from Holley-owned companies, like the Detroit Speed suspension and Baer Brakes 15-inch R-Specs with 6-piston XRT calipers. BASF metallic paint is a Mercedes shade called Mystic Brown.
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Ce 4×4 with six doors imposes it. Behind this extraordinary car is Brandon Johnson, who is only 21 years old, and works for J5 Custom. He designed, cut and welded a new frame from scratch in three months he raised the Ford vehicle by 28 inches. The tire suspensions are customized with carbon shock absorbers.
This other customized vehicle attracts a good number of visitors in the aisles of SEMA. This is on display at the Legacy EV powertrain stand. The project is signed Gas Monkey Garage and the objective is to maintain the weight distribution of the original car by placing a 300 hp engine and an 84.6 kWh battery at the rear, with a McLaren Formula 1 cockpit with a central steering wheel.
It took three years to build this C10 full carbon, which includes 600 lbs of carbon fiber. This Chevrolet was built for Ripley, West Virginia native Rod Parsons by ZRodz/Fiber Forged Composites of Knox, Indiana. Now that the molds have been made, the workshop is now producing other carbon C10 bodies. Bluffing isn’t it?
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