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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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BMW unveils M3 30 Years American Edition, M5 M Performance Parts range at SEMA

Follow Viknesh The 2017 SEMA show kicked off in Las Vegas, Nevada on Tuesday and one of the stars is a special M3 celebrating the sporty BMW nameplate’s 30th year in the United States. The car is called the M3 30 Years American Edition, and it comes a year after BMW rolled out a special

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This Week’s Top Photos: The 2016 SEMA show edition

Follow Viknesh The SEMA show in Las Vegas is over for another year but don’t worry if you missed it because you’ll find all the highlights here. One of the standouts was this Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] Mustang speedster from Stitchcraft. It’s based on the Mustang EcoBoost and gets a healthy dose of nitrous to

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Ford debuts Performance App at 2016 SEMA show

Follow Jeff [embedded content] You’re caning your Ford Motor Company [NYSE:F] Focus ST on your favorite local race track. This could be your best lap time yet, but you don’t really have an easy way of knowing this. You could invest tons of money into track data tools, or you could just grab the new

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Mopar brings 6 concepts to SEMA including a wild Challenger

Follow Viknesh [% } %] [% }); %] ]]> Mopar in recent years has been bringing some serious muscle to the annual SEMA show. And some of the show cars have ended up as production models. Prime examples include the Dodge Viper ACR concept we saw in 2014 and the Dodge Challenger GT AWD concept

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