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Howell, Mich. – October 29, 2013 – Workshop Hero™, the maker of Metal Rescue™ Rust Remover Bath and Dry Coat™ Rust Preventative, will debut its new workshop-like booth at the 2013 SEMA tradeshow. Stop by booth number 24180 in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center and let the Workshop Hero™ crew show you the new booth and how its products take the work out of your workshop!
“Metal Rescue™ and Dry Coat™ are cutting-edge products from Workshop Hero™ and we wanted a booth that was equally as impressive. At Workshop Hero™ we strive to offer products that help our customers work less and play more and our new booth embraces the look and feel of a functioning workshop – complete with brick walls, tools on hand as well as a bar and a television,” said David Yancho, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for Workshop Hero™.
Motorglyphics Signs Agreement With Ford Motor Company To Develop Artwork Commemorating 50 Years Of The Ford Mustang
Motorglyphics recently signed a licensing agreement with Ford to produce custom art and signage to commemorate 50 years of the Mustang, which was introduced at the New York World’s Fair on April 17, 1964. The agreement runs through 2014. Motorglyphics’ color-infused, limited edition Mustang 50 Years steel wall art will debut at this year’s SEMA show on November 5, 2013, at booth 33261. It is available for purchase immediately via www.motorglyphics.com.
“We are thrilled to be able to help Ford celebrate 50 years of the Mustang,” says Arnold Volker, president of Next Innovations. “The car is an icon, and I think our artwork really captures that spirit. Muscle car enthusiasts are going to love it.”
Boulder, CO, October 29, 2013 – TopTech Finder expands to help mechanical repair shops find qualified employees, becoming the only job board specifically designed for mechanical and collision repair shops. TopTech Finder is officially launching the expanded website at the 2013 SEMA Show (booth 10747).
"After expanding in August to support all body shop jobs, we heard from our customers that they wanted to add mechanical jobs to the site. In response, we quickly expanded the job board to handle skills and certifications specific to mechanical repair jobs,” said Jeff Herman, CEO of TopTech Finder.
“Launching support for mechanical jobs at SEMA is perfect timing. Not only does the show have growing support for the collision repair industry, but traditionally it is the place to be for racing, tuning, and repair techs.”
(Kansas City, MO) – WELD Racing announces a major expansion of its most popular street car product line, the RT-S series with the S75, S76, and S77.
The three new models are the latest in cutting edge designs and modern nostalgia. Whether it’s a clean modern look or classic style, WELD’s new RT-S styles will look right on your muscle car.
Specifically designed to maximize the performance potential of modern muscle cars, the RT-S offers the precise fit. WELD Racing has fitments for all of the popular modern muscle cars, each created uniquely for each car to maximize the stance.
RT-S is designed to the same race quality and precision standards WELD requires for its 330mph drag race wheels. All WELD RT-S wheels are made from high quality cold forged aluminum to reduce weight and increase strength.
The S75, S76, and S77 will be on display at WELD Racing’s SEMA booth 24959 beginning on November 5, 2013.
The Eastwood Company has launched a new Bench-Top English Wheel – professional quality with a knock-down design! English Wheels have been staple tools of metal fabricators for years, but overall size and price constraints have often kept them out of reach of DIY-hobbyists and small shops. Eastwood’s new Bench-Top English Wheel overcomes those issues. Eastwood’s English Wheel offers a 20" throat and 18" internal height to make this unit one of the biggest bench-top English Wheels on the market. "When designing this English Wheel, we wanted to offer a professional quality tool that was within reach of DIY-metal shapers and small fabrication shops," said Mark Robidoux, Eastwood Product Manager. "Shipping a large item like an English Wheel can be costly, but the knockdown design we engineered into this English Wheel allows it to ship via Fed-Ex or UPS."
Our beautifully polish BILLET ALUMINUM GM LS1 ELECTRIC WATER PUMP features the following:
40+gpm, 6-7 drawing amps, 12 volt
Mounts directly to the stock water pump location
More compact, save horsepower, while providing maximum circulation for cooling efficiency
Compatible with 12 and 16 volt systems
How do new steel bodies affect the restoration industry?
A SEMA Press Conference – Wednesday, November 6, 2013
Joe Whitaker of Real Deal Steel, LLC and Nate Miller of Thoroughbred International discuss the current and future impact that new reproduction steel vehicle bodies have on the automotive aftermarket
Position in the marketplace:
• Competitors –pricing ($30K for an Experi-Metal body but under $15K for an RDS)
• Keep cost low to introduce as many new bodies as possible to improve reputation for quality, generate excitement among retailers
• Project cars: Chop Cut Rebuild 56, Street Rodder 40 and 55
• Advantage of US-built (stigma, cost, employ US workers, trickle-down to local economy)
• RDS has constructed (102) 55-57 bodies, (10) 1940 Ford coupe bodies and (1) 1969 Camaro coupe body to date
Why a new body?
• Scarcity of originals of certain body styles
• Allows shop or customer to build completely new classic car
Los Angeles, Calif. (Oct., 2013)— International AERO Products, AERO, is excited to announce that television icon, Jo Coddington, will be appearing in the AERO booth, #50322, on November 6th and 7th from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM for autograph signings and interviews. Coddington, who has appeared on “American Icon,” NBC’s new show “Bidding Wars with Vicari Auto Auction,” and “American Hot Rod,” has been an automotive enthusiast since she started racing at six years old.
At this year’s SEMA Show, Coddington will be attending with her film crew filming the pilot of her new show, “The Coddington Girls.” The show will revolve around women in the male dominated, automotive industry and their success in the industry. During Coddington’s first day at the AERO booth, she will be interviewing AERO’s Communications Director, Michelle Knight, about being a woman in the automotive aftermarket.
WyoTech is proud to announce the unveiling of a custom 1964 Ford truck that was built by WyoTech students and faculty at the Blairsville, Pa. campus. The truck will be revealed for the first time at 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, November 5 in the WyoTech booth #12573. Sarah Burgess will be on hand to assist with the unveiling. Burgess races a 750 horsepower Ford Mustang in the Xtreme Drift Circuit and is sponsored by WyoTech.
“This project showcases the skills and training that WyoTech offers at several of our schools across the United States,” said Michael Stiglich, division president of WyoTech. “We’re excited to unveil the truck to the SEMA show attendees.”
Made in USA Certified® proudly grants Certification to American Refining Group, Inc. in Bradford, Pennsylvania, the birthplace of the U.S. domestic oil industry more than 100 years ago.
Bradford, PA (Oct. 25, 2013)--- American Refining Group, Inc. has successfully completed the Made in USA Certified proprietary supply chain audit process and is the first oil refinery to be granted license to use the Made in USA Certified® Seal for the following products: Brad Penn® Lubricants, Kensol® Naphthas and Distillates and Kendex® Base Oils, Custom Blends, Waxes and Resins.