SEMA 2014: Part Five

Words by Tim Wong

This fifth and final part of this years SEMA Show coverage is here.


Scion had a line up of FRS modified is different manners along with a tuner competition.


This targa top FRS was a bold alteration to the car. Probably not the best car for this, but it brings a fresh look to the car.



The Scion Tuner Challenge was between three cars built by GT Channel, Super Street, and Speedhunters. GT Channel’s Scion FR-S on Volk ZE40s


The Super Street FRS had Rocket Bunny x GReddy Version 1 front fenders fused with TRD Release Series 1.0 aero, Version 2 rear fenders, on a set of FLOSS EDITION BBS LM wheels.


The car reflected much of the Southern California import car style with a cleanly tucked engine bay featuring the 2.0L Boxer engine and Borla Induction 45mm DCOE ITBs.


Speedhunters had a retro racing livery on a set of Rotiform BLQ wheels. Out of the three, it was no surprise to me that this is the one that won the competition. The details that make up the car was what really set it apart from the other two.


Cosworth Stage 2.0 supercharger


KM4SH overfenders, AeroJacket trunk, and Autotuned red tinted Lexon taillights


TRD/Speedhunters custom Cobra RS Classic lowback bucket seats with headrest, custom Speedhunters-engraved Raceseng shift knob, Grip Royal steering wheel with laser-engraved Speedhunters logo


Go Pro “Rampage” 1970 Camaro built at the Roadster Shop. The car sports a 750hp LS7 and the body has flared fenders, nose, hood, trunk lid, rockers and diffusers all made from carbon fiber.


The first MX-5 race car ever.




The new ND Miata in racing form



R1 Concepts with a Rocket Bunny R35



One of my favorites this year was the Fortune Auto Lexus IS300 with a 2JZ-GTE



Outside was a whole line up of cars for the Optima Ultimate Street Car. Zeke Peterson’s 2001 Volkswagen GTI.



Dan Livezey 1964 Chevrolet Corvette


Cris Gonzalez 1970 Dodge Challenger


G3 Rods’s 1937 Packard



RTR Mustang


Peel P50



Rocket Bunny RX7




Sarto Racing E36 M3


Wrapping up SEMA 2014 coverage this year with Fab Fours Legend Jeep JK Wrangler Unlimited which is pure madness.

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