Hot Rod Specialties, Indianapolis company owner Brad Denney is no stranger to building and owning various types of musclecars and street rods.
Widely acknowledged for the company’s ’69 Camaro that displayed at the 2019 SEMA Show, the vehicle received the Goodguys 2020 Street Machine of the Year Award, a GM Design Award and was also a Top 40 contender in the 2019 SEMA Battle of the Builders competition.
Boneyard Builds has been named as this week’s SEMA Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) council spotlight member.
SEMA Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) members and those involved in the hot rod segment of the industry are invited to join the council for their upcoming virtual membership meeting on August 21, at 10:00 a.m. (PDT).
SEMA Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) members and those involved in the hot rod segment of the industry are invited to join the council for their upcoming virtual membership meeting on August 21, 2020 at 10:00 a.m. (PDT).
Throughout the year, SEMA councils and networks offer a variety of niche-specific educational and networking opportunities to help members promote their particular market segment.
Levi Green shares insights about his Chevrolet Design Award-winning ’58 Chevrolet Apache, his notable industry mentors and what exciting projects he foresees in the future.
In HRIA’s recent interview, Dan Foust answers questions about Classic Restorations’s current and upcoming vehicle projects.
In this week’s feature, HRIA spoke to Blue Sky Performance owner Jesse Barratt.
Select committee volunteers work to provide valuable programs, events, education opportunities and other resources for the council or network membership.