The SEMA News 35 Under 35 highlights young trendsetters who are bringing exciting new ideas the automotive specialty-equipment industry.
For SEMA-member companies putting out great products these days, the challenge of illegal unauthorized copies is almost unavoidable.
Is there a 3D printer in your future? It’s really no longer a question of if, but when.
Project vehicles not only grab attention at the trade shows but continue to hold it long after, if done right.
Not content with launching just a publishing empire, Robert E. Petersen put on a series of car shows in the early ’50s that he called Motorama.
Velocity Automotive Group is serving up American performance in Europe.
SEMA’s make/model data offers companies easy-to-use information to help identify the best markets based on vehicle registrations.
As of June 2015, new government regulations took effect to help restore what has commonly become known as net neutrality—or equal access to the Internet.
Due for release later this summer, Windows 10 is Microsoft’s make-good for mouse-and-keyboard users across the country.
Initially a one-man operation run by Herman Smith, H&H Classic Parts opened its doors in September 1987, and has since grown in size by 300%.