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SEMA 2023 Product Showcase

Explore the highlights of SEMA Show 2023 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, featuring exclusive videos of the latest automotive performance products, vehicle trends, and expert-led sessions from this premier event for car enthusiasts and industry pros, only on The Auto Builder.

Dancing on Asphalt

The Holley LS West Fest 2024 is a haven for automotive enthusiasts, where the asphalt becomes a stage for the most electrifying display of drifting mastery you’ve ever seen. Drifting, that high-octane symphony born from the streets of Japan, takes center stage in the Drift Challenge. It’sa spectacle that’s part adrenaline rush, part precision ballet. These drivers aren’t just racers, they’re artists, wielding their cars like brushes on a canvas, deliberately throwing them sideways through tight corners at breakneck speeds, the smoke from their tires painting the landscape with a vivid display of raw power and skill.

Beyond Burnouts

Alright, so you wanna talk about the LS Fest West burnout challenge? Well, buckle up, ’cause we’re diving deep into the heart of automotive madness. This ain’t just your run-of-the-mill burnout, oh no. This is where the raw instinct of every gearhead gets elevated into a noble pursuit of creativity. Crafting the perfect burnout ain’t just about mashing the pedal to the metal; it’s about finesse, precision, and yeah, maybe a touch of madness thrown in for good measure.

Scrap Yard Binders

Since we don’t really have to search for vintage parts anymore, gone are the days of scouring the local “Pick-a-Part” in search for that illusive part that will interchange or convert your muscle car to bucket seats, tilt steering, A/C or some suspension upgrade. But there was a day when you and a rodding buddy could venture to your favorite junkyard and come home with a whole truckload of cool vintage goodies that would aid you in your rebuild, all in the span of a day.
Well, those days aren’t completely gone. While at the local wrecking yard looking for any useful hot rod parts, we stumbled across another enthusiast, Sean Rievley, who is in the progress of upgrading his ’71 Chevelle chassis

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