SEMA 2014 – Part 1

The SEMA 2014 show opened in style as you would expect and it’s great to be back here again. The question is always where do we start? We have plans but they always go straight out the window when we get here. The decision was to take it as we found it, good ol’ plan B. There was plenty of classic and new Mustangs at the show as we were expecting, of course we took plenty of pictures because we like Mustangs. There is not too much else to say about the stands so we will let the pictures do the talking on our behalf. There will be more pictures to come as soon as we sort them out and upload them of course.


General Motors had a nice truck on display:

Inside there was some accessory manufacturers with their products, we especially like the nice stitching around the dash pad. Other colours to match the paint work?

There was new style Mustangs:

And there were the Classic Mustangs:

There is much, much more tomorrow.

Don’t worry the Ford Stand is absolutely amazing and we will post those pictures tomorrow for you, there was even a famous NASCAR racing driver Richard Petty – The King as he was also known, whom we managed to grab a picture of too. Check out tomorrow’s post for more pictures from the show including a rare barn find! We also have a little video of a Mustang being given a fair bit of grief and shredding tyres much to the delight of the crowd, that will be on our YouTube channel very soon, click here for a link to our YouTube channel.

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