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This Week's Top Photos: The 2018 SEMA auto show edition

Follow Viknesh 1968 Dodge Charger fitted with Hellephant 7.0-liter supercharged V-8 crate engine This 1968 Dodge Charger from Mopar was easily the star of the past week’s 2018 SEMA show in Las Vegas, not only because of its wicked look but also the engine lurking under the hood. Said engine is the new Hellephant 7.0-liter

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Ringbrothers reveals custom Chevy K5 Blazer at 2018 SEMA show

Follow Viknesh Ringbrothers has a penchant for building memorable vehicles. The company’s 1972 AMC Javelin AMX unveiled last year still gets the heart buzzing, and so does a handful of other creations born out of its Spring Green, Wisconsin shop. With this backdrop, we’re excited to bring you the first look at a 1971 Chevrolet

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Ford bringing a whole fleet of Ranger and F-150 trucks to SEMA

Follow Jeff Fans of Ford pickup trucks are in for a treat at the SEMA show this year. The Blue Oval is working with a slew of partners to present an armada of modified pickups. And this year it’s not just the F-150 and Super Duty either, as Ford has handed out a few examples

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Chevy shows off 2019 Silverado concepts heading to SEMA

Chevrolet has shown off a group of four 2019 Silverado 1500 concepts it plans on bringing to the 2018 SEMA show next month. Each of them houses a plethora of Chevrolet Performance accessories, which makes each truck more of a mannequin than a “concept.” 2019 Chevrolet Silverado High Country concept The first truck, the 2019 Silverado

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This Week’s Top Photos: the 2017 SEMA show edition

Follow Viknesh 1972 AMC Javelin AMX by Ringbrothers, 2017 SEMA show Enlarge Photo The SEMA show has come and gone for another year. A clear favorite this year was the 1972 AMC Javelin AMX built for Prestone by Ringbrothers. Its low, hunkered-down stance alone is enough to pique the interest of most muscle car fans,

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SEMA Seen: 4-door 1970 Barracuda

This 1970 Plymouth Barracuda isn’t a couple. It’s a four-door but still sleek and stylish | Larry Ed Enlarge Photo You read the headline correctly: This is the 4-door Barracuda that Plymouth didn’t build in 1970, except it actually did, sort of. After a series of show-winning builds, David Walden was looking for a new

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