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All Speed Customs Unveils ‘Cuda “Medusa” at SEMA Show
NFL Star Excited to Unveil Dream Creation
Muskegon Heights, MI / Las Vegas, NV | November 1, 2015: When Green Bay Packer Linebacker Nick Perry looked to build his ultimate custom dream car, he turned to Brian Moat and his team at All Speed Customs in Muskegon Heights, Michigan. This season, Perry has gotten used to winning, and he isn’t interested in changing that fact when it comes to his car.
“A lot of the guys on the team have cars that are pretty cool,” Perry said last week. “I wanted something different. I wanted something that was head-turning, unique and able to beat any car in the parking lot during our unofficial team drags. I think we have accomplished that!”
Check out this RetroBuilt 1967 Ford Mustang with Carbon Fiber Hydrographics Decorated Interior by Ozarks Hydrographics LLC.
"The Texas Tenors' love for the Classics goes beyond Music. Their one of a kind 2011 RSC GT Mustang
will make automotive history."
Top 10 Billboard artist The Texas Tenors, known from the 2009 season of America’s Got Talent and their
PBS Special “You Should Dream,” often take a modern approach to singing the Classics. In 2015, JC
Fisher of The Texas Tenors will take a similar approach to the automotive industry by transforming his
2011 Mustang into the king of American muscle cars, the 1967 RSC GT Mustang. The finished prototype
of this limited production vehicle will be featured on the world's largest automotive stage in Las Vegas
at the 2015 SEMA Show in November and has been admitted into the 2015 SEMA Ignited Battle of the
Builders competition. Taking on the transformation challenge is Retrobuilt, a private company in Nixa,
October 29, 2015 (Peoria, AZ) Innovative Creations Inc., (ICI) will be well represented at the SEMA show this year; with three trucks of their own, along with 25 Featured Vehicles built with ICI aftermarket parts. ICI will be located in Booth 36113, in the South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
2015 Toyota “Turbulent” Tundra Crew Max Limited
Taking design inspiration from WW2 bombers and fighters, the 2015 Toyota Tundra Crew Max designed by ICI’s head engineer Mark Osiwany, aims to elevate the game at this year’s SEMA show. Total off-road functionality is met with an idea taken from pilots who began brandishing their aircraft with personalized insignia during the first World-War. Exposed metal rivets, pin-up girls and perfectly fitted parts are sure to please in booth #36113 at this year’s show.
AEM Induction Systems with AEM Electronics built a 2015 Mustang to illustrate its tuner heritage with the new 2.3L Ford EcoBoost Turbo motor. AEM started by creating a Cold Air Intake system for the inline 4 cylinder 2.3L motor that showed an estimated 12 hp gain at 4,500 RPM. The AEM Intake features a couple of unique features with a purpose built mandrel-bent aluminum intake tube and a unique oval Dryflow® clamp-on air filter. AEM Induction Systems further improved performance with a mandrel-bent and powder coated aluminum charge pipe for improved airflow to and from the turbo. After the AEM Induction Systems upgrades, AEM Electronics took the build to another level.
(October 27, 2015) Peoria, AZ
Innovative Creations Inc. (ICI), the makers of Magnum Truck Gear are headed to Las Vegas with a Ford F-150 Super Crew FX4 Lariat. Laden with tastefully crafted aftermarket parts, the black and blue wrapped Ford has a clean look throughout and fully maintains all the functionality to be a show truck and a daily driver.
Head designer and engineer at ICI, Mark Owsiany says, “We wanted to create a featured vehicle that wasn’t over the top, but still able to turn heads by accentuating the lines of the F-150 with functional off-road parts and an amazing color”
ICI will have the F-150 as featured vehicle at SEMA, as well as their “Turbulent Tundra,” located in booth #36113 in the South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.
FRONT- ICI -Magnum FBM84FDN-RT
REAR- ICI – Magnum RB84FDN with Rear Sensor Functionality (non-production)
ICI – Magnum RTS Steps
The Mo' Muscle Cars built Champion Pinewood Derby Car to be auctioned off at the SEMA HRIA Industry Awards Banquet to benefit SEMA Cares Charities!!
The Mo' Muscle Cars built Champion Pinewood Derby Car to be auctioned off at the SEMA HRIA Industry Awards Banquet to benefit SEMA Cares Charities!! Car will be on display in the HRIA Booth #23395 and Mo' Muscle will be exhibiting in booth #35324 in Upper South Hall!!
Summary of Race and Events - We had a great time participating in the SEMA Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) Pinewood derby builders challenge benefiting children's charities! It was great seeing some friends and raising money for charity. The other cars were great and it's awesome we came together for this great event. Thanks to BJ Elmore at Ridetech for making the race happen!
(October 21, 2015 - Peoria, AZ) Taking design inspiration from WW2 bombers and fighters, the 2015 Toyota Tundra Crew Max designed by ICI’s head engineer Mark Osiwany, aims to elevate the game at this year’s SEMA show. Total off-road functionality is met with an idea taken from pilots who began brandishing their aircraft with personalized insignia during the first World-War. Exposed metal rivets, pin-up girls and perfectly fitted parts are sure to please in booth #36113 at this year’s show.
“They did it to show it was their plane, their crew and painting their jackets with the same art showed they were a team. It gave them an identity and it was something they could do to colour their lives – it was a great morale booster. It was frowned upon by the top brass as it broke all the rules, but they tolerated it. You could say some of it was a bit saucy.”- Ron Batley, museum curator of the 100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum
Steps: ICI, Magnum RT Series
Mo' Muscle Cars will display the Mo' Muscle Built 1957 Chevy Bel Air Custom that has appeared in several Mo' Muscle videos and multiple magazine articles. Come see the car in Booth #35324!!
Already an iconic and beautiful car, this 57 Chevy received an all-out modernization. A modern drivetrain, interior, and conveniences make it as drivable as that would come off the show room floor today. The coilover suspension plants the horses to the ground to improve handling, while the rack and pinion steering allows for easy cornering. Being driven nearly daily, this car is proving to be as comfortable and enjoyable as it was intended to be in 1957 with the extra standards of today.
- Full Frame-off Custom Build by Mo’ Muscle Cars
- LS2 Engine
- 4L65E Transmission
- Vintage Air Pulley System
- Custom Vintage Air A/C installation
- Custom Upholstery in Ultraleather
- Art Morrison Chassis with Coilovers
- Classic Instruments Guages
Tough Country is proud to present out American Values Show Truck! Stop by booth #34161 at SEMA to see this unique creation between Tough Country and Devious Customs.
Pauls Valley, Okla. – Covercraft has been selected to provide a custom car cover for Goolsby Customs’ 1969 Mustang to be unveiled at the SEMA Hot Rod Industry Alliance (HRIA) Booth #23395 at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday November 3.
"It has been great working with Covercraft,” said Tim Spencer, the vehicle owner. "We did our research, and Covercraft was by far the best company to work with when it came to selecting a cover. They were a pleasure to work with, and created a custom-fit WeatherShield HP cover for us – it looks beautiful and keeps the car clean and well protected, both indoors and out."
Covercraft’s WeatherShield HP cover, custom made for the vehicle and utilizing the company’s new Digital Graphic Personalization, features the Covercraft and Goolsby Customs logos.