Auto Shows SEMA 2019 Custom Truckin Preview Gallery

15:56  05 november  2019
15:56  05 november  2019 Source:   trucktrend.com

SEMA Sneak Peek! B Rod’s Widebody 1967 Corvette Sting Ray

  SEMA Sneak Peek! B Rod’s Widebody 1967 Corvette Sting Ray Unveiled before the 2019 SEMA Show, here’s an exclusive sneak peek at the 1967 Corvette Sting Ray Widebody by B Rod or Custom.The 1967 Corvette Sting Ray B Rod or Custom is debuting at the 2019 SEMA Show in Las Vegas in a few weeks features a who's who list of the best aftermarket parts a person has to choose from and illustrates the process how new aftermarket parts are sometimes conceived. B Rod's 1967 Corvette widebody project didn't start out with the intentions to be a prototype to launch a line of 19631967 Corvette C2 replacement bodies it just turned out that way.

Each year on the day before the annual SEMA Show begins, a grab-bag of trucks from locations all over the country are parked outside of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Some may already be placed in their feature spot locations while others are waiting for exhibitor booths to be finished with the setup process before they can be moved and parked inside.

1972 Honda N600 with a motorcycle engine will join Honda's SEMA display

  1972 Honda N600 with a motorcycle engine will join Honda's SEMA display It won this year's Honda Super Tuner Legends competitionYes, instead of the N600's standard 600-cc inline two-cylinder engine making less than 50 horsepower, this model is making just over 100 horsepower with its 800-cc V4 engine from a Honda VFR 800. On top of making twice the power, its 12,000-rpm redline is 3,000 rpm higher than the original N600 engine. Making it even more impressive is the fact that the car has been converted to rear-wheel drive. Honda says that the N600's suspension has been replaced by Miata components, which has us wondering if it's also using a Miata transmission and differential.

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There are also trucks placed in outdoor booth areas on display or as we found in several locations today, getting some last minute additions or a thorough cleaning before their SEMA debut.

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Whether it's a laid-out C50 known as the Nighttrain, a sky-high '66 crew cab known as Ponderosa or even the Bad Habit Monster Truck sporting an F100 body, classics were out in full force. There were plenty of impressive Chevy trucks to check out including the first brand new standard cab lying on the pavement and a heavily modified Luv in the Hot Wheels display area. If you're into SUV's, the Phat Phabz built Lincoln Navigator was spotted outside the central hall drawing large crowds both times we made our way through the area.

First Look! SEMA 2019 Move-In Gallery Inside the Las Vegas Convention Center

  First Look! SEMA 2019 Move-In Gallery Inside the Las Vegas Convention Center This is your first look at SEMA 2019 inside the Las Vegas Convention Center before the show begins.Each year, right around Halloween, the world of automotive everything converges Las Vegas, Nevada, for the biggest aftermarket car show south of the North Pole. This is the place to be if you want to see the latest trends and newest parts. Oh, and who could forget that some of the most renowned hot rod and custom car builders tend to show up and unveil their hottest new builds every year at the show.

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There is plenty to see here at SEMA 2019 and we'll be here all week bringing you daily galleries of everything truck-related from the lowest classics to the highest late-model trucks. We'll also be giving you a look at odd-n-ends, booth babes, new products and much more. Check back daily right here or you just might miss something!

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Mega Gallery: The Wildest Custom Jeep Gladiator JT Builds of SEMA 2019 .
From overland crushers to rock crawling rigs—are you not entertained?What we did not know is how many aftermarket parts manufacturers and shops would take on the Gladiator as a display vehicle for the almighty 2019 Specialty Equipment Market Association show in Las Vegas. At its core, SEMA, as it is known, is an industry-only trade show for some car manufacturers and many more parts makers to show off all their project cars and available parts and accessories. For insiders, SEMA is the world's biggest toy show for those crazy about cars and trucks. This year, the most popular truck at the show had to be the Jeep Gladiator.

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