ONCE again the aftermarket industry descended on Las Vegas for the SEMA show. And this year it was even crazier than ever, with every major player in the aftermarket industry in attendance.
The whacky, wonderful and weird gear was on display for all to see, from trucks and hot rods to head-turning 4x4s.
4X4 Australia never misses an opportunity to mingle with the who’s who of the aftermarket industry, so we packed our bags and crossed the Pacific for four days of fun.
Australian manufacturers also make the trip to SEMA to showcase their latest inventions, and we spent time this year working our way through their products.
Australians are making waves on the international scene, and it’s not a surprise considering the men and women at work putting this gear on shelves.
Snapper Cristian Brunelli came along for the ride, and he managed to take a few awesome photos. We’ve compiled a host of them here for your amusement.
If you missed it this year, SEMA will be back bigger and better next year! Get along, you won’t regret it.
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