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SEMA 2021: Classics & Customs Steal the Show

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Classic Mustangs are always out in force at SEMA. This one, at the Barrett-Jackson booth, is a Shelby Eleanor Tribute edition owned by Major League Baseball star Buster Posey. PHOTO Michel Beaunoyer
The Mystery Machine, from Scooby-Doo lore, in this case based on a 1960 Ford Econoline and from Manitoba no less! PHOTO Michel Beaunoyer
Given the current focus on electric powertrains, even icons like the 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air are getting the treatment, in this case from Webb Motorworks. PHOTO Huw Evans
It’s not every day you get a chance to see a true rally legend. At SEMA, this brightly coloured Audi Quattro S1 E2 was very hard to miss. PHOTO Michel Beaunoyer
A hot rodded Bentley Mk VI? Only at the SEMA Show. PHOTO Michel Beaunoyer
Not an Italian exotic, but a C8 Corvette, albeit one highly modified by wheel manufacturer Rohana. PHOTO Michel Beaunoyer
Ford’s new Bronco is proving popular with enthusiasts. There were a number on display at this year’s SEMA Show. PHOTO Michel Beaunoyer
Early 1940s Willys Coupes never go out of style. PHOTO Michel Beaunoyer
Superformance continues to attract legions of fans with its modern interpretations of iconic 1960s Ford and Shelby vehicles. PHOTO Michel Beaunoyer
Big car, big mods. This Donk boasts a 540 cubic inch supercharged stroker V8. PHOTO Huw Evans
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Classic FD Mazda RX-7 was clean and mean. PHOTO Huw Evans
In Lowrider circles, this 1964 Chevy Impala—House of the Holy—is about as iconic as it gets. PHOTO Huw Evans
The annual SEMA Show is simply fast, with more cars and aftermarket accessories than you can shake a stick at. PHOTO Huw Evans

 

A major part of the annual SEMA Show in Las Vegas is the plethora of classic, custom and exotic vehicles that are omnipresent in every hall, corridor and the expansive outside areas of this amazing expo.

Although we didn’t get to witness these magnificent vehicles in 2020, the SEMA Show was back with a vengeance in 2021 with thousands of industry professionals descending on the Las Vegas Convention Center from November 2-5.

Autosphere was naturally, on site during the SEMA Show and managed to snap photos of some of the amazing rides on display. Here’s some of the highlights:

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