One benefit of living in Vegas is being able to go to SEMA every year. I wanted to post some of the things that I found interesting. This will in no way be a complete photo journal of everything at SEMA that’s impossible. I’m not interested in any of the DUB crowd or lifted truck scene this will mostly be Spo Com related.
This was the year of the Frs/Brz there where at least 20 cars that I saw just today. Every tire manufacture and suspension designer had one. This one in the Enos booth had a GT300 inspired wide body kit There are so many of the toybaru cars i will try to limit my amount each day.
Here is a rear end shot of the BenSopra wide body kit for the GT-R, it has a one piece lift off hood. I checked pricing and it goes for about $47,000.
I love this old corolla in the Enkei booth
A more subtle wide body on the Scion FRS
The new Dodge dart looked pretty good in race trim, a lot better than any neon. Now it just needs the power.
Who doesn’t love a Gen IV supra, this one was a European drift car.
I love this 1st gen Honda Passport with a built H22 motor sitting on bags. VIP style doesn’t get enough love in America.
This twin turbo V10 Audi R8 Gt was built for some sic speed and deep pockets.
The Rauh-Welt Porsche are famous now, but I still can’t get enough of them. I would love to just cruise down Las Vegas Blvd, and enjoy the looks it gets.
This R33 Skyline GT-R is competing in the Ultima Battery competition held after SEMA. The contest is usually won by an old muscle car that has had drastic weight loss, a modern power plant, and all state of the art suspension. I hope a import can place well.
Some would say this is sacrilegious but adding and LS V8 motor from a vette is one way to get power in a S14 Nissan 240sx. This car was also competing in the ultima challenge.
That’s all for today check back tomorrow for day 2!