SEMA 2015 (Day 3)

We are starting to find out way around the huge halls now and just keep finding more and more stuff to look at. We decided to start outside again and found some more tuning companies that are doing some pretty amazing things with the 2015 Mustangs, such as the Rocket concept cars.

Adam managed to track down a couple of principles from the Galpin Auto Sports company.

Then there’s Roush – we like Roush, in fact we really, really like Roush!

The inevitable race spec cars:


That brings us nicely onto racing. Yesterday we were treated to some Mustangs destroying rubber. What could be better than that? Simple – two Mustangs destroying rubber, with some nice coordinated stunt driving here.

And not a single Police car in sight, OK there was then!

Moving back inside again after all the excitement and get rid of all the inhaled rubber particles we found more Ford Performance parts:

For something a little something different, how about a car made with nothing but a 3D printer!


We came across a company that was demonstrating their tools and how they worked. Obviously they needed a car and just happened to find a rental car to demonstrate on. We suspect the glass will go back in at some point.


Day four tomorrow of SEMA 2015 and we hope to have more pics for you. We love Vegas.

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