How do you even top this?
SEMA, the height of automotive enthusiast culture and classic car builds. Some of the best sports cars, supercars, muscle cars, and off-roaders have been found at the incredible show. This has made the event one of the biggest car shows in the United States and a pretty inspiring dream for enthusiasts of all types. So it makes a lot of sense that channels and bloggers have been talking about it eagerly for the past few weeks.
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This year’s SEMA show was a stunning display of some of the nation’s best builds. Some of these included the Blue and Grey Mercedes 300SL roadster, some race-ready classic Chevys, and a crazy looking off-roading Porsche 911. One of the most popular genres in custom building is the Restomod category, something that is quite clear from a glance at their most prominently featured vehicles.
Essentially, companies go all out to show their incredible skills under the hood of a car and The Ring Brothers we’re one of those brands. They unveiled a 1969 Camaro along with a blue classic Mustang. When all was said and done, the Battle Of The Builders was won by a 1948 Chevy truck. Even by the exterior you can tell the vehicle has had a ton of work put into it and now it will forever be respected as a legend in automotive history. Overall, this year’s SEMA was a blast and it’s going to be crazy to see what builders come up with next year to top it.