By SEMA Washington, D.C., Staff
Built from scratch in a garage as a father-son project over the course of 13 years, this chopped ’31 Ford Model A hot rod will make its debut at the SEMA Action Network’s (SAN) 2015 SEMA Show display.
The SEMA Action Network (SAN)
is debuting a homebuilt ’31 Ford Model A hot rod at their 2015 SEMA Show
display. Founded in 1997, the SAN is a growing alliance comprised of U.S. and Canadian industry members and consumers fighting unfair automotive laws and regulations. Hand-crafted by SAN Director Colby Martin and his father Al Martin, the coupe will stand as a visual symbol for Show attendees of the types of vehicles and equipment that many states seek to restrict and regulate. Stop by booth #60003 (outside the convention walls of Central Hall near Meguiar’s “Car Crazy” stage) to see the finished project and learn more about the SAN’s efforts to keep these vehicles on the road. Free posters featuring this illustration and background information on the build will be given out at the display.
For more information, contact Colby Martin at firstname.lastname@example.org