Once again manufacturers, sales
reps and racers from all over the world merge on Las Vegas for
a November ritual known as the SEMA Show. Here are just a few
candid shots from the 2004 spectacular.
John Ewald photos
Amid the endless booths and displays
there was no shortage of hot rods and race cars.
No shortage of hardware - from
tricked out small blocks to blown fuel hemis.
Ex-Blown Fuel Hydro racer, Jim
"Bones" Noteboom was on hand with one of his high end
Andrew Firestone was
signing autographs and giving multiple interviews.
Don Smith, Hot Rod TV host, Dave
McClelland and Hot Rod Magazine consultant, Harry Hibler
Goodguys Media Director, John
Drummond, Car Craft and Hot Rod ad salesman, Jim Adolph and Crane
Cam rep, Jim Hill.
John Force being, well,
Dave McClelland was working with
the Primedia folks doing segments for Hot Rod TV.
Firestone had several
displays including this one for their new Fuzion tire.
One of team Shoemacher's Gary
Selzi driven funny cars now on the show circuit.
No shortage of blonds
Your basic Studebaker.
Viva Las Vegas!
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