The crowds continue to pour into the Las Vegas Convention Center on Day 3 of SEMA 2018.
Day 2 of SEMA focused on looking ahead to the new year and celebrating builds at the show.
SEMA 2018 kicked off with the new products, new Yenko reveals and a host of glorious builds. From the new 1,000-Horsepower 426 Crate HEMI Engine from MOPAR to the original Bullitt Mustang to a variety of customized classics, the 2018 SEMA show has yet to disappoint.
Monday is set up and preview day at the SEMA Show, which means a lot of cars being staged and driven into the convention center, booths being assembled and manufacturers scrambling to get last minute things done.
The 2018 – 2nd Annual Dragstrip Riot, was presented by the Misfires Car Club and Orlando Speed World.
Photographer “Big Al” Leibmann visited Ida Automotive to see some good friends and an array of spectacular vehicles.
Winter jackets were the uniform of the day at Ted’s IGA’s annual Halloween car show and costume contest.
Photographer Joe Kerr sent in a solid selection of photos from the California Hot Rod Reunion, an event which attracted some unusual and intriguing vehicles.
The Beech Bend Nostalgia Nationals contained thrilling action and cars gorgeous enough to impress even the most seasoned motorhead.
Joe Lajoie journeyed to Connecticut to grab some magnificent photo coverage of the 30th Annual Nutmeg Chapter Antique Truck Show.