The 2016 Mothers Shine Award was presented to Billy and Debbie Thomas of Corpus Christi, Texas, for their ’39 Oldsmobile Series 60 Convertible, aptly named “Olds Cool.”
Leo Kagan drives an antique car onto the floor of the SEMA Show in just its second year in Las Vegas.
Pioneering companies that helped shape today’s $39 billion specialty-equipment industry.
SEMA News had the cameras rolling to catch the industry in action at the 2016 SEMA Show.
More than 3,000 credentialed media attended the 2016 SEMA Show.
More than 150 companies were recognized by a panel of esteemed international journalists for having a product that would resonate with consumers in international markets.
Transamerican Auto Parts named Daystar Products’ ’41 Dodge Powerwagon, called “Bootlegger,” the winner in its second annual Life is Better Off-Road SEMA Show vehicle-build competition.
In the beginning, booths were simple: a card table, a few chairs, some pipe and drape.
Bruce Levens’ ’51 Ford Coupe, built by Chad Wick and Wicked Customs, will appear in a future version of Sony’s popular racing game.