SEMA 2018 in One Day: Part Two
Words by Tim Wong
There’s been some backlogged photos for posts, but we have been out shooting other events. I might as well finish the SEMA coverage for this year while it’s still relative. I’ve also been working on some other stuff for my personal blog. Things get pretty busy as the year is wrapping up, but there’s still some great stuff at the year’s end.
Rays booth featured the new Voltex Racing Circuit Version II aero S2000 by Evasive. It truly does look like a race car from Japan.
Bisimoto back at SEMA with the mad turbo Civic wagon.
All carbon fiber Ford Mustang by Speedkore
Ford F150 with hidden tool box
Toyota Supra line up outside featuring some of the nicest Supras around.
Tidy package in this FB RX7
Jason Schmuck’s Twin turbo 3.2-liter V6 J32A2 S2000
Mike Burroughs of Stanceworks always causing a stir with his latest creations as this year, he debuted his 31 Model A with IMSA DPI wheels and rain slicks and the VMP-supercharged Coyote V8.
Mazda R100 coupe sitting right up front of the show brought to mind something I’d see at a Mooneyes show with it’s wild and gaudy custom aesthetic. This is far from an all show car as this is SEMA afterall. Under the hood sits a 20B 3-rotor with a massive single turbo.
Inside, the massive amounts of custom work is evident and in the middle, a sequential shifter setup.
At the wide rear end was a 16-inch dually setup.
RWB from Hong Kong
Kuhl’s Racing made a huge deal a while back with a pair of engraved GTRs and made a big crowd at SEMA with a Impala in the same fashion. The amount of craftsmanship in creating one of these is insane and amazing to see in person.
That’s it for SEMA 2018. Thanks for reading.