The SEMA show is held annually in Las Vegas and it is one of the biggest events in town. This convention is focused on specialty products and services from the automotive industry.

The week long event attracts a massive drawing of people from all parts of the world. SEMA is also to many, a platform to debut latest builds, automotive technology and so forth. Every nook and cranny of the Las Vegas Convention gets filled with anything car related during this event.

Apart from having an excuse to visit Las Vegas, SEMA does have its appeal as you can absorb so much information under one space. Much like Tokyo Auto Salon, I say that this is one of those events that any car enthusiast must visit once if the opportunity arise.

SEMA-100.jpgOne of the first cars that caught our eye was this Datsun 280z from Gas Monkey Garage, a build is featured in the Fast N’ Loud show on the Discovery Channel.

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SEMA-102.jpgNissan Silvia S15 from Fortune Auto. This was one of the most comprehensive builds seen from the show.

SEMA-103.jpgLove that the yellow Recaro seats give some contrast to the exterior color of the S15. Proof that not everything has to color match.

SEMA-104The Toyo Tires line up never disappoint.

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SEMA-106.jpgThe beautiful lines from a BMW 3.0 CSL.

SEMA-107Have always been a fan of Dominic Le’s (Chasing J’s) projects. The older the car, the harder it gets to restore. I really admire the patience and dedication people have to make visions a reality.

SEMA-108.jpgPower is with no issue when the SR20 is mated with a GTX3071r turbocharger.

SEMA-109 Further down the Toyo line was this S2000 built by Rywire Electronics for Angel Torres.

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Photo credit: Tiffanie Marie

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