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Get Ready For SEMA With This Highly Custom Bronco
Dubbed ‘Urban Madness’, this incredible SEMA show Bronco could be your next favorite car. Ralph Holguin is known for building unique creations by borrowing inspiration from street rods, and lowriders, and somehow blending these contradictory aspects together to make some brilliant. When he got enlisted to launch his show, RMD Garage, on the Velocity Network a few years back, he wanted to take the situation as a chance to build something different - thus, ‘Urban Madness’ was born from a 1969 Ford Bronco.
2018 Chevy Tahoe Transformed Into Classic K5 Blazer For SEMA
If you ever wondered what a classic four-door Blazer would look like, meet the K5 Tahoe! With the 2019 SEMA Show just around the corner, we're starting to see a lot of interesting builds, and one of those happens to be this awesome mash-up of a new 2018 Chevrolet Tahoe and a classic K5 Blazer. After Flat Out Autos posted some teaser pictures of their K5 Tahoe conversion, John Gardner of Motorhead Garage let the cat out of the bag with a video on Facebook.
Adis to the corporate life were Hondo Miller's words when he swapped a suit and tie for lifestyle wear and moved to Victor, Idaho just a stone's throw from Jackson Hole, Wyoming. That was in 2002 and since then Hondo and Laid-Back business partner Kory Bennington have been producing cool T-shirts with artwork depicting a street rodder's lifestyle. From Hot August Nights in Reno, Nevada to Cruising the Coast in Biloxi, Mississippi it's hard to find an event where you will not find Laid-Back's vendor trailer displaying Laid-Back's latest wares to wear.
Laid-Back's 1969 Chevy K5 Blazer started life with four-wheel drive and resided in Anaconda, Montana. Hondo hauled it to his Victor, Idaho shop and equipped it with the following features.
Custom 1969 Chevy Camaro “Tri-Tip” To Be Auctioned Without Reserve During SEMA
The '69 Camaro that invented Pro-Touring will be up for bids through Hemmings Online Auction without reserve from November 4-13, 2019. Car enthusiasts may recognize this car, a custom 1969 Chevrolet Camaro known as "Tri-Tip". This classic Camaro has also been referred to as "The White One" and the "One Lap of America Camaro". This custom car was built and raced by Mark Stielow, a GM Engineer for over 30 years. This well-known vintage Camaro will be up for auction without reserve through the Hemmings Online Auction from November 4-13, 2019.
- TR-6060 6 speed manual transmission
- Inland Empire drive shaft
- Holley Performance Accessory Drive Kit
- Dutchman full float 9-inch rear axle
- Rick's Tanks stainless steel gas tank with in-tank injection pump
- TKO Clamping Systems radiator hose clamps
- Dual Optima Yellow Top 12V batteries
- Magnaflow mufflers
- Custom 3-inch stainless steel mandrel-bent exhaust
- Painless Performance Products wiring harness
- Speedtech Performance Extreme prototype chassis including C5 wheel hubs
- 1.75-inch custom full roll cage
- JRI Coilovers
- Purple Spring Company springs
- Jongbloed 18-inch racing wheels
- BF Goodrich Rival S tires: 315 front / 335 rear
- Custom interior by Interior Revolution
- Hushmat thermal shield and sound deadening
- Ringbrothers exterior door mirrors with convex glass
- Motor City K5 hatch struts
- Zycoat Zybar heat reducing exhaust paint
- JW Speaker LED projector headlamps
- Legacy Products sliding ragtop
- Intelitronix gauges
- Ringbrothers dash bezel
- Vintage Air climate control heating and air conditioning
- Hurst Shifter
- Kicker Audio system 1600 watts with 10 speakers
- Ididit steering column
- Billet Specialties steering wheel
- Sparco dual racing seats
- Sparco 5-point harnesses
- Kindigit flush-mount door handles
- Trique Manufacturing Bear Claw door latch assemblies
- Brother Trucks one-piece power door windows
- Switch Suspension hood hinges
- Prestone clutch and brake fluid.
- Bodywork and Sherwin Williams paint by Laid-Back Garage
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