#IAMTHESPEEDHUNTER 2012: ONE FINAL REFLECTION
PDecember 31, 2012
Well guys, this is it, the very last hours of 2012. In fact, some of you will already be reading
PNovember 5, 2012
As I mentioned during my coverage last week, the SEMA Show presents a near endless supply of content from a Speedhunters perspective. We could easily spend a month posting observations from the show, but for my final piece of coverage from SEMA I’d like to focus on the engines. Whether large or small, diesel or gas, modern or vintage – the display of horsepower at SEMA 2012 was as great as ever.
PNovember 2, 2012
I think most will agree with me that the defining aspect of the SEMA Show is its diversity. It’s the one place where the automotive world truly comes together, and the mash up of so many different subcultures in one place is both strange and brilliant. This year’s show is heavy on both custom European cars and Japanese compact machines lead by the Scion FR-S, but in the end SEMA is still home turf for the customized American machine. With that in mind, lets take a look at some of the big Hot Rods, Customs, and Muscle Cars from SEMA 2012.
PNovember 1, 2012
There could not be a harder task than choosing a single favorite car at SEMA. I’m sure each one of the thousands of people that came through the show doors this week all have a different idea of what the “best is”, but I think I’ve made my pick. It’s the T-5R Martini Mustang from Pure Vision Design.
A ’66 Mustang Fastback may not be be a bold choice in terms of platform, but once you see this thing I think you’ll know why it’s at the top of my list. Known as the T-5R, the car takes the motorsport heritage of the early Mustangs and creates something at a completely different level altogether.
PNovember 1, 2012
With the incredible amount of attention-grabbing vehicles spread across the Vegas Convention Center this week, you could easily spend an entire month doing nothing but Car Spotlights from the SEMA show. With so many different styles of machines on the floor, selecting favorites is never an easy task – but I’ve gone ahead and gathered up five machines which have left an impression on me so far. Let’s begin, shall we?
POctober 31, 2012
SEMA first and foremost is about the aftermarket. It’s about company demo vehicles, new products, networking, and all the craziness that comes with the world of vehicle customization. More and more though, SEMA is becoming a place where the automobile manufacturers themselves connect with the enthusiast market, and that’s what I’d like to touch on in this part of my SEMA coverage.
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