By Becca Butler
Brothers Eric and Marc Kozeluh—co-owners of Twins Turbo Motorsports—entered a ’97 twin-turbo Toyota Supra into last year’s SEMA Battle of the Builders competition.
Thousands of Showgoers at the 2015 SEMA Show took notice of the ’97 twin-turbo Toyota Supra that brothers Eric and Marc Kozeluh—co-owners of Twins Turbo Motorsports—entered into SEMA’s Battle of the Builders. As part of the competition, the Kozeluh brothers and their build were featured in pre-Show publications, on-site at the SEMA Show, in media outlets throughout the world and on a nationwide TV special that aired on the Velocity Network.
With nearly 300 vehicles entered into the competition, this Supra’s traditional hot-rod modifications incorporated into a turbocharged performance car is what made it stand out among the rest. With the underside just as detailed as the top, every nut and bolt was hand finished and CAD-plated. Sponsored by BBS, this vehicle included the following products:
Check out the above video to learn more about this build and visit the SEMA Show YouTube channel for similar videos from last year’s competition.
Open exclusively to display, feature and booth vehicles at the SEMA Show, the SEMA Battle of the Builders competition is a chance to honor and highlight some of the show’s talented builders, their vehicles and the products on them. To enter the 2016 SEMA Battle of the Builders competition, visit www.semashow.com/botb.