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SEMA Heritage—Bullet Grilles

Not to be confused with the billet grilles that took off in the ’80s, bullet grille treatments were a hot modification trend in the late ’50s.

Top Performance Parts, Mods for Honda Fit

SEMA annually recognizes four vehicle models that specialty-equipment manufacturers believe are the best platforms for accessorization and that showcase the year’s coolest products.

Meet 2014 SEMA Person of the Year Rich Barsamian

Over the course of his career, 2014 SEMA Person of the Year Rich Barsamian has forged an impressive list of accomplishments while working for some of the industry’s most recognized companies, including Grant, Edelbrock, GT Performance Products and Advanced Clutch Technology.

2015 Wheels & Tire Trends—Impact of Market Forces and New Technology

While new offerings, technology and an improving economy bode well for wheel and tire market sales in 2015, there are also impediments that may deflate some of the optimism.

Custom Jeeps and Parts Sources

SEMA annually recognizes four vehicle models that specialty-equipment manufacturers believe are the best platforms for specialty customization.

Go From Concept to Counter Faster With SDC

Speed to market for new products has been the bane of our industry since its beginning, and it’s an all too familiar story.

Prototype Chevy Silverados With Custom Parts for 2015

SEMA annually recognizes four vehicle models that specialty-equipment manufacturers believe are the best platforms for accessorization and that showcase the year’s coolest products.

Mustang Concepts and Parts From the 2014 SEMA Show

SEMA annually recognizes four vehicle models that specialty-equipment manufacturers believe are the best platforms for accessorization and that showcase the year’s coolest products.

Members Outline Challenges and Opportunities of Selling to China

Seventeen SEMA-member companies presented their products in a two-city visit to China during the September 2014 SEMA China Business Development tour.

Retailer Spotlight: RCTS Canada

The banner at the top of the RCTS Canada website reads, “Technology is the only substitute for cubic inches.” It’s a saying that the retail performance outlet has lived by since owner Reg Riemer founded it in 1996.
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