I want to start day 2 with one of my all time favorite Porsche 911’s. The 964 chassis was made from the late 80″s to the early 90″s and are the second to last air cooled models.
The Ford focus St is also a popular car at SEMA this year. This one was designed by the crew at European Magazine. I love the color combo and might look into one as a daily driver.
Another car I like as a probable daily driver is the Hyundai Veloster turbo. The one was designed as a track day car from Hyundai with a methanol injection systems and an oil cooler, both might be available from the parts catalog.
It was setup to have room for a set of race tires, a jack and stands. Pretty cool setup I might look into something like this for the Acura
I love the pro mod style, classic lines and modern power. This 55 Chevy was powered by a twin turbo LS V8.
I am known to love Hondas, so I was happy to see this RSX with a wide body kit on it parked out front.
The K series motor powering it had a large turbo attached to a full race manifold, real nice!
The Turbo on this Tiburon is what caught my eye. Why didn’t this car catch on like the FRS has?
* Update this car is a Genesis not a Tiburon*
Classic Datsun 510 with Blue Bird SSS badges looked fresh
The 510 was powered by a SR20de. This car would be great for weekend cruises.
Does your 500hp BMW M5 not have enough power for you? Why not twin supercharge it. If you skip the yellow paint this would be the ultimate sleeper.
This is Tim Duncan’s GTR. It’s nice to know not all athletes have bad taste in their cars, and how they modify them.
This is Daigo Saito’s Sc430. It is powered by a 1200hp 2jzgte out of a supra. It helped him to win the rookie of the year honer in formula drift this year.
This Cadillac just went 220 mph on Texas roads near Austin, why? because racecar!
Next is day 3