Every year aftermarket companies, car builders, and custom shops of all kinds thrash to build awesome rides for the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. Some build customer cars, some their own dream cars, but others scratch and claw and beg and plead for Ford, GM, Chrysler, and the other big automakers to give them a car to build for the show. This year Ford introduced the new Ranger pickup and everyone wanted to get there hands on one. One shop that made it happen was the gang over at LGE, and this video is all about their journey, and what it took to make it to the SEMA Show with a finished ride. We’re not talking months and months to build it either, we’re talking just a few weeks.
This is what thrashing on a SEMA Project really looks like. Check it out and see what you think. We think they killed it.