The August issue of SEMA News covers the latest business technology insight, five data rules you must follow in today's market and in-depth features on the Class of 2009 SEMA Hallof Fame.
Members of the Automotive Restoration Market Organization (ARMO) met with Erin Beck, deputy director of Senator Arlen Specter during the Spring Carlisle Collector Car Swap Meet & Corral. Members shared their thoughts and concerns on major issues, such as vehicle scrappage, health care and more. Read the full article.
Always one of the most popular sections at the SEMA Show, Tools &
Equipment highlight the products that make mechanical life a little
easier for the installer, fabricator, builder and garage enthusiast.
News and updates from SEMA's councils and committees.
More than 500 members of the industry joined to
honor 2009 SEMA Hall of Fame inductees Bill Perry, Rolan “Jeep” Worthan
and Henry “Smokey” Yunick, and to raise money for children's charities
Childhelp and Victory Junction Gang Camp.
The House version of model legislation to create a vehicle registration
classification for street rods, replicas and custom vehicles was
approved by the North Carolina Senate.
The second annual SEMA Pinewood Drag Races opened with practice and
tuning runs, with racers spending several hours tuning and tweaking in search of elusive
tenths of seconds.
Before handing the gavel to incoming Chairman Rick Rollins, outgoing Chairman Jim Cozzie announced an innovative alliance between SEMA and Clemson University.
Law and Order is an update of some of the most recent federal and state legislative and regulatory issues that could potentially impact the automotive specialty-equipment industry.