SEMA 2013 was a show that only some very lucky industry insiders got a first hand view of, but now that the footage of the show is coming out, I have some clear favorites — and they aren’t my traditional selection, but isn’t that the true spirit of SEMA? Here’s the twelve vehicles that brought the show full circle in 2013.
This awesome fully restored 1957 Chevrolet Cameo held its own amongst some of the heaviest modified cars in the world.
From old school domestic truck to exotic supercar, this Lamborghini Forgiato was the star of the show.
Although stealing the show from this Dodge Charger was no easy task.
I don’t think I’ve ever seen a truck of that size sitting so low to the ground. This slammed F-350 probably doesn’t have much utility sitting this low, but it’s SEMA, so no one asks questions…
From the very low to the sky high, this skyscraper behemoth of a truck demonstrates why the Ford F-Series trucks were the clear favorite truck of the show this year.
This gorgeous Nissan Skyline GT-R had subtle changes that made it look so modern, it almost looks like a new production car, almost — but then again, this model really was before its time, even in stock form.
Did you have to look twice at this…creation, to see that it was a golf cart? Me too. This Mustang reminiscent golf cart has a top speed of almost 20 mpg, can be yours for around $14k-$19k, has tilt steering, four speaker Alpine stereo, and chrome wheels – fore!
Very few words could describe this super green Chrysler 300, other than “wild”!
Costworth’s take on the Ford Focus ST includes some major styling changes and modifications that got the power output up to around 330 horsepower.
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