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Nominations Due Tomorrow for SEMA's 35 Under 35

SEMA News is searching for the best young talent in the automotive aftermarket industry…and we need your input.

Last Chance to Honor Your Company’s Young Star

SEMA News is searching for the best young talent in the automotive aftermarket industry…and we need your input.

Two Weeks Left to Submit Nominations for SEMA's 35 Under 35

SEMA News is searching for the best young talent in the automotive aftermarket industry…and we need your input.

WANTED: Future Legends of the Aftermarket Industry

SEMA News is searching for the best young talent in the automotive aftermarket industry…and we need your input.

WANTED: Future Legends of the Aftermarket Industry

SEMA News is searching for the best young talent in the automotive aftermarket industry…and we need your input.

New Gear for Your 2013–2014 'Stang

During the 2013 SEMA Show, the SEMA Award for Hottest Car went to the Ford Mustang. This well-deserved honor was the result of the Stang's dominant presence throughout the Show floor. Here now are some examples of seriously tricked out ponies. Take time to scroll through each entry and notice that in every writeup, there are direct links to manufacturers with 2013–2014 Mustang accessories.

Silicon Valley vs. Motor City: Race for the Future of the Car

SEMA’s Vice President of Vehicle Technology discusses the state of advanced vehicle technology and how the current changes in the industry will impact the performance aftermarket industry for decades to come.

Top F-Series Trucks and the Accessories to DIY

During the 2013 SEMA Show, the SEMA Award for Hottest Truck went to the Ford F-Series. This well-deserved honor was the result of the F-Series' dominant presence throughout the Show floor. Here now are six examples of some seriously tricked-out trucks. Take time to scroll through each entry and notice that in every writeup, there are direct links to manufacturers with ’13–’14 F-Series accessories.

Industry Heritage—Chevy's Fledgling Camaro at the First SEMA Show

The photo here was taken at the very first SEMA Show, which was known in 1967 as the High Performance & Custom Trade Show and was held in January of that year at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. The car in the booth is a Camaro, Chevrolet’s answer to Ford’s wildly popular Mustang.

International Spotlight: Japan's Healthy Custom-Car Market

Though Japan slipped from the number-three car consumer worldwide in 2011 to number five in 2012, love for automobiles remains very strong among the Japanese. Like Americans, the Japanese are holding on to their cars longer, which makes for a very interesting opportunity for the custom market.
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