By Jason Catullo
Ultimate Sportsman Toyota Tundra
The Online Media Center has recently received several project-vehicle reveal announcements taking place during the 2016 SEMA Show. The Online Media Center is a free resource for exhibitors to post their SEMA Show news and press releases. Attendees and media access the digital news resource to learn about exhibitor products, Show demonstrations, special appearances, vehicle displays and more.
Latest SEMA Show Vehicle Reveal News
- Transamerican Auto Parts, in conjunction with Bass Pro Shops, will perform an on-site build of “The Ultimate Sportsman Toyota Tundra.” The “live” build will be featured at booth #62112 within the SEMA SCORE Baja 1000 Experience Area (located outside of the South Hall, in the Silver Lot).
- Springfield Armory and Addictive Desert Designs have joined forces to build the ultimate tactical vehicle package. Using the all-new ’17 Ford Raptor platform, the custom accessories will emphasize the firearm enthusiast and embody several Springfield Armory products in the build. The unveiling will take place at the Addictive Desert Designs SEMA booth #34237, Tuesday, November 1, at 1:00 p.m.
- The Quarter Mile Foundation teamed up with Rat Trap Racing to display “Rat Trap,” a classic fuel-altered car based on the Austin Bantam roadster body shell, mated to the Watson chassis. The car will be a part of the Foundation’s booth (#11000) in the Grand Lobby area of the Central Hall.
- The Valspar Automotive booth (#10851, North Hall) will feature a ’50 Studebaker Dragster in Matrix Automotive Finishes by Tony Lanesky of Anton’s Hot Rod Shop of Cleveland, Ohio; a ’78 Pontiac Trans Am in Prospray Finishes by John Wargo of The Custom Shop in Flanagan, Illinois; and a custom trike in Matrix colors from Count’s Kustoms and History’s “Counting Cars.”
ITW Global Brands, Drag Racers Against Gangs and Graffiti (DRAGG) – “Thin Blue Line” Mustang
- ITW Global Brands will feature the Drag Racers Against Gangs and Graffiti (DRAGG) “Thin Blue Line” Mustang in its booth (#15119) in the Westgate Hall. For $20 or more SEMA Show attendees can sign the hood of the Mustang. All proceeds raised will be presented to DRAGG to support its mission of police officers and the automotive industry mentoring youth in their home community of Oxnard, California. The DRAGG “Thin Blue Line” Mustang was customized and built by the students of DRAGG in Oxnard. Ford partnered with DRAGG and donated the Mustang Fastback used to create the “Thin Blue Line.”
For the latest news and press releases from 2016 SEMA Show exhibitors, visit the Online Media Center.