Sleek, streamlined and slightly sinister, a specialized stealth concept version of Ford’s Police Interceptor will debut at the SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) trade show in Las Vegas.
Ford Motor Company is tapping the 2010 SEMA (Specialty Equipment Market Association) show in Las Vegas to showcase nine customized versions of Mustang, displaying the vehicles alongside the new Mustang Boss 302.
Ford F-Series trucks have long been known for their definitive power and capability, but they’re also admired for the versatility of the platform, which can be adapted to everything from off-roading to low-riding.
The worlds largest automotive aftermarket and specialty trade show is fast approaching and our feature story ‘Six Weeks to SEMA 2010’ continues. CoolFords has the exclusive in following one of Orange County’s top Mustang performance shops, 281 Motorsports, as they gear up and prepare for the SEMA 2010 show.
The count down has begun folks! There is officially Six Weeks to SEMA 2010! For those that don’t know, the SEMA show is the premier automotive specialty performance products trade event in the world and it is held every year in Las Vegas, NV.
The star of this show-stopping sweepstakes campaign is a one-of-a-kind Raybestos ’32 Roadster Pickup. The promotion has been developed to help engage DIYers, hotrodders, and racefans in celebrating the racing heritage and performance of Raybestos Brakes and Chassis Parts.
With the 1966 Sebring-winning Ford GTX1 roadster as inspiration, Ford SVT engineering supervisor Kip Ewing unveiled his take on that legendary racer during the opening day of the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show.