Something I’ve realized in the past few days is that when you party after a car show or event, it’s typically not that hard to deal with a hangover the next day, but when you do this multiple days in a row in a city like Las Vegas, well, it’s a bit challenging. Actually, covering 13 straight miles of modified cars is challenging to do sober, forget hungover.
Me and Danh are back (barely) in Houston, and we’re starting to go through our photos and starting the editing process. If you’ll forgive us on the slight delay, I promise you we’ll try to get you some awesome coverage out soon during the week. Until that happens, I’ll leave a few pictures of SEMA for you guys to check out.
Someone told me that this year's SEMA show was expecting around 250,000 people! That's half a million buttcheeks. Think about that.
Everywhere I looked, there were Camaros, old, new, slammed, fast, slow, you name it.
It was damn near impossible to take photos of cars without people standing by it, so I said eff it.
Even this hipster from SpeedHunters kept blocking my shots. Thanks Linhbergh! :/
When I first saw this dime in the Enkei booth, I thought I was dreaming! So clean!
Soooooo many cars, sooooo many people.
The euros were out in full force
There were demos everywhere
Good thing there weren't kids around. Most of the parts on display were X-Rated
It wasn't just Ford Festivas and Honda Civics at SEMA, there were a LOT of super high end cars.
Always funny for me to watch the really really old guys ask the girls for photos (I may be one of them)
Most of the old muscle cars there were dropped on huge wheels and BBK's.
I overheard more than a few people talking about how they either loved or hated this car.
This picture probably shows you about 5% of the SEMA show.
This red chrome wrap was absolutely bonkers.
I recognize that noggin, it's Chip Foose!
Kevin Hart was even there to make people laugh as he signed autographs
It's always a guarantee that there were models in tight clothes signing autographs to horny guys!
There are TWO interesting things going on in this picture. Spot them.
Mandatory RWB picture
Mark Arcenal's rendition
Don't worry guys, we did all the walking for you! More to come, we promise!