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ARMO Seminars Now on Video!

If you missed the ARMO education seminars at the 2011 Hot Rod & Restoration Show, you can now view them online. Both sessions are available on video through the SEMA Education Institute (SEI), SEMA's online learning center.

If you missed the ARMO education seminars at the 2011 Hot Rod & Restoration Show, you can now view them online. Both sessions are available on video through the SEMA Education Institute (SEI), SEMA's online learning center. You may go through the ARMO Education Track at the SEI eLearning Center or by direct links below.

Restoration Trademark Licensing

Ever wonder how a company gets a restoration product officially licensed by an OEM car maker? ARMO members can now find introductory information from 3 Original Equipment Manufacturers, including preliminary application forms, in one document.

Trademark Licensing Overview

SEMA ARMO Trademark Licensing OverviewEver wonder how a company gets a restoration product officially licensed by an OEM car maker? ARMO members can now find introductory information from three Original Equipment Manufacturers, including preliminary application forms, in one document.

Building a Better Restoration Market

The bedrock of the automotive specialty-equipment industry is the parts that are used to build, restore and modify vehicles of all types. Every segment of the industry counts on parts that are properly designed, engineered and manufactured to operate as promised. Within the restoration segment, however, those standards are complicated by the fact that the vehicles involved are anywhere from two decades to nearly a century old.

SEMA News—June 2011

Communication Is Always the Key

BEST PRACTICES

By Steve Campbell

Hot-Rod Products and Trends

    The hot-rod market—the granddaddy of the automotive specialty-equipment industry—has seen some significant changes over the last few years based on both demographic and economic factors. The desire for modern amenities and advanced technology has increased with the aging of the Baby Boom generation. Styles and equipment have evolved to match those desires. From air suspension to classic gauges fitted with modern movements, and from keyless ignition to drive-by-wire throttle controls, the hot-rod world is keeping pace with developments in the rest of the automotive universe.

SEMA News—June 2011

Nostalgia Meets Technology…and Likes It

 
The hot-rod market—the granddaddy of the automotive specialty-equipment industry—has seen some significant changes over the last few years based on both demographic and economic fact

Original Isn’t the Only Way

About this product:

In traditional hobbyist terms, automotive restoration refers strictly to classic cars rebuilt using classic car parts. And while there remains a significant portion of the market for which that holds true, today’s restorations are just as likely to include an amalgam of modern running gear as well as comfort and safety systems combined with factory-spec knobs, moldings, panels and fabrics.

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Restoration Market Update

About this product:

In 2008, the restoration market held its ground and fended off economic troubles by sticking to its classic formulas. With the overall market shuddering in the wake of myriad disasters, enthusiasts looking to restore their automotive passion and collector cars came through decidedly.

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