Hot Wheels (booth #61045) announced that Greg Salzillo and Dave Ford and their ’57 Nash Metropolitan are the winners of the 2019 Hot Wheels Legends Tour.
SEMA Show Highlights
Reid Lunde of Kaizen Speed took home the grand prize, which includes tools for brand exposure, access to business resources and mentoring, valued at $10,000.
Hellwig Products released its new bolt-on rear sway bar for the all-new ’18 Jeep Wrangler JL to improve both the handling and safety on- and off-road.
Gear-up Girl is designed to connect female students with industry-leading female professionals.
ColorBond recognized Carlos Medrano as the winner of the 2018 CLeo Award for his ’13 Honda Civic Si interior.
To make sure your JL can be equipped with an oversize spare tire, Smittybilt has designed a new JL Tire Relocation Bracket.
The event featured drag racing legends Kenny Bernstein, Joe Amato, Don “The Snake” Prudhomme, as well as current NHRA driver John Force.
SEMA Ignited, the official after-party of the SEMA Show, will take place in the the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) Platinum Lot, located on the east side of LVCC.
The 2018 Mothers Shine Award winner is the “NickelBack” ’67 Camaro SS, built by Ed Denkenberger and the team at Superior Autoworks in Frederica, Delaware.
The 2JetZ, a futuristic hot rod, is unveiled as the winner of the first Hot Wheels Legends Tour.