The 2011 SEMA show ended in early November and sixteen days later another huge automotive event would take place. It’s the 2011 Los Angeles Auto Show gaining the spot light by showcasing technology and the latest car & truck models.
The annual Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) expo is just days away and custom vehicle builders & parts manufacturers are in a mad dash to get their projects ready for the show. For those not in the loop, The SEMA Show is the premier automotive specialty products trade event in the world. It draws the industry’s brightest minds and hottest products each year to one place, the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The sweltering August heat couldn’t keep forty-seven die-hard Ford fans from participating in Cherokee Ford of Alpharetta’s Show-And-Shine on Saturday. There’s nothing like helping a new dealership celebrate its Grand Opening, and the Georgia Regional Mustang Club was all too willing to lend a hand.
Ford has done it again, dropping a slew of new 2012 Mustang Boss 302 photos and some featuring the Laguna Seca variant model. Ford has definitely gotten this pony car right with power, handling and just down right mean looks. I continue to dream of owning one of these bad ass Mustangs but until then take a gander with me at the photos below.
Ford gave the green light only once before: In 1968, management approved a special Mustang – a car that sacrificed nothing in its quest to be the best all-around road-going performance machine ever created by Ford Motor Company.