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SEMA 2016: A Gallery Of SEMA Show Cars – From Mild To Wild They Are Here

SEMA 2016: A Gallery Of SEMA Show Cars – From Mild To Wild They Are Here

Well we’re back with more SEMA cars for you to know and love. Yesterday we showed you a bunch of trucks and today we’re throwing down with cars. Cars that range from classic Lincoln convertibles to muscle cars and imports that turned our heads.

The funny thing about SEMA is that while you may not like the style of the look of a particular car, there’s not one ounce of junk here. Yes, many of the cars are “SEMA done” meaning that they either run well enough to drive into a booth or they look like they’d run well enough to run but actually do not. The thrash to finish these cars is pretty amazing and the fact that next year’s builds are already being discussed, plotted, and planned is pretty awesome.

Look at the cars here and we’re sure you will find something that you dig. If you don’t you either have really narrow tastes or you are just a stick in the mud. We’ll be back with more tomorrow so if you hate every one of these cars, we bet you’ll find at least one nugget of goodness then.

This is really an event for the ages.

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2 thoughts on “SEMA 2016: A Gallery Of SEMA Show Cars – From Mild To Wild They Are Here

  1. orange65

    Who is responsible for the charger in the Toyo booth? Looks like something the Ring Bros would build.

    The only thing that bothers me about alot of these show cars is that the builders start with a really decent stock car and then cut the living daylights out of them. It would be nice if they started with something that was on the way to the crusher- something that had nothing left to lose. I realize it would cost them a little more time, but it would prevent another decent car turning into a show car that eventually gets forgotten about.

  2. jerry z

    I say 90% of these SEMA cars will never see the road since the builds are so over the top. Reminds of the 60’s car builders like “Big Daddy” Ed Roth.

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