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SEMA Show 2012 Day 1 Photo Gallery

News, SEMA  /   /  By Derek Mau

Presenting a visual sample of our first day at SEMA Show 2012. There was a lot of everything for everyone. Some beautiful restored classics, over-the-top lifted trucks with even bigger engines, slammed hot rods with tuck ‘n roll leather interiors, and beautiful spokesmodels luring SEMA members into their booths.

Kaiser Drag'N

SEMA selection: 1951 Kaiser Drag’n

  • Converted from 4-door to 2-door and chopped 6 inches.
  • House of Kolor paint by Gene Winfield — 7 coats, 22 hours
  • LT1 engine, Airaid intake, Borla headers and cat-back exhaust
  • Wheel Vintiques 15-inch OE Chrome Wheels
  • 1965 Thunderbird interior
  • Tuck ‘N Roll white vinyl
  • AutoMeter gauge retrofit
  • A labor of love for 8 years built by Keith Charvonia Design

Melissa and Diana

GRC Las Vegas SEMA 2012

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