This weekend was pretty busy with events and should be an overall good coverage for you guys to check out. But before I start on a different topic and daily features, I want to finish off the SEMA coverages, which I think today will be the 2nd to the last one.
Some of you guys might prefer just checking out the pictures, but because blogspot doesn't have the option of setting galleries like wordpress, etc., please bare with us until we change our server to a more organized and professional layout.
If you've never been to SEMA, there is always a special guest or you sometimes see a random celebrity walking around. And of course, known people like Hip-Hop DJ Flunkmaster Flex recording for a show. For some reason, I encountered all the famous guys and girls at the Ford booth.
Ken Block and his Ford Fiesta cannot be forgotten when it comes to Ford, especially after the Gymkhana that was going crazy around the net.
Team Need for Speed's Mustang RTR-X. Never in my life have I seen such a huge lip on Work Meister's.
Reminded me of one of those wheels that I'm a fan of.
One of the most favorites from Domestic cars, Mustangs.
The lights were flashing like crazy.
A Mustang that was modded to Snoop Dogg's preference.
Tanner Foust doing an interview or maybe recording for Top Gear.
I'm not a huge fan of Fords, but taking a look at these Ford Fiesta's changed my mind.
The Central Hall was overcrowded with Import fans because of more than 70% of the booths being aftermarket and Import companies such as Megan Racing.
A Z and Silvia on display with two Asian models, which you guys saw on Part III.
Forgot what booth this was, but had the hatchback STI and another STI by Team Hybrid.
A Lamborghini being displayed in the SEIBON booth.
The CR-Z by SEIBON was not displayed with the others, but from out of all the ones I've seen at SEMA, this one will have to be one of my favorites. The Volk TE37SL's looked perfect on the car.
Other rides also on display. It seems like the TE37SL's were special ordered only by SEIBON because the sticker on the wheels were Yellow rather than Red.
Mazda 2 on H&R's.
I'm always amazed checking out this STI, even after taking a long look at RPM and other events.
Loved the car, but not the owner. Long story short, there are many bloggers like me and businesses who come to SEMA, popular or not, to ask questions and suggestions about an individually owned car. As much as the owner is being treated with respect, we are asking for the same.
Still looking good after the feature on Import Tuner.
Yes, it's an Acura NSX and I know there was a lot of work put into it.
Ingen with Rotiform's Audi on display.
DC Sport and their S2K.
The day was long, but walking for 10 hours was not as hard as I thought. The sun went down and felt the breeze, which was a perfect time to takes photos of the cars that didn't come out too well before, so enjoy some last moment taken pictures.
Emblems need to be taken with care. Put a protector around it if you value it.
Every little part/piece on those BBS RS's are directly ordered from Europe.
Thanks for checking out Part 4. Part 5 will be our last coverage for SEMA and will be a tour around North Hall.