The 2014 Specialty Equipment Market Association Show opening today with a bang (or at least it certainly seemed like the show kicked off with more people and more stuff than ever before).
We randomly ran across Richard Petty signing autographs, got our photo taken with Mike Ness of Social Distortion, and learned about the return of both the King Cobra and the Yenko Camaro. Those things alone would count for a full day’s worth of excitement, and yet SEMA is so big, so epic every year that those are barely a drop in the bucket.
While we’re here, we’ll share a few things that have caught our eye during the day, but be on the lookout for more in depth features and pieces coming out of the show once we get home and can really absorb all the excitement. So enjoy this little taste of the action for those who couldn’t be here to experience it in person.