We stumbled upon this sweet 2015 Challenger SEMA project in the Amsoil booth and had to know more. Its story started when Chrysler put the word out that it was going to donate this car to a talented build team. So Vintage Race Rentals (VRR) and Pfaff Designs created the winning design, won the job and took delivery of the second 2015 Challenger off the assembly line in September. And that left VRR and Pfaff less than two months to finish it before the 2014 SEMA show.
Boots are on the ground as we bring you coverage of the 2014 edition of the SEMA Show from Las Vegas. This years show has not disappointed with heavy hitters from the industry displaying the fruits of their labor with sick build after sick build. Since the show is not open to the public, Revvolution will continue to bring you the most impactful builds to inspire and new products that you should put your hard earned dollars towards.
Welcome to the official Team Revvolution SEMA 2014 coverage preview! The SEMA (Specialty Equipment Manufacturer's Association) Show is the automotive industry's premier specialty and aftermarket product trade event that takes place annually in Las Vegas, Nev. In 2013, the show drew more than 130,000 participants and 2,500 exhibitors from 130 countries, making it the largest 'modified' industry event in the world.
Vaughn Gittin Jr. is working feverishly on three SEMA projects including this on- and off-road Ford F-150, to be revealed at the upcoming 2014 show.
Ringbrothers-also known as Wisconsin-area brothers Mike and Jim Ring-are preparing a mean 1966 Chevelle for the 2014 SEMA show.