We have three builds rolling out to the 2011 SEMA Show this year and here a preview of them. We are bringing three vehicles out to the show all in part of the launch for our new website. The first one is the 2012 Hyundai Veloster above we built with our parent company as a Universal Technical Institute Race Support vehicle with Snap-On Tools and Mechanix Wear gloves. We imported a ton of parts from Korea, slammed it with KW Suspension, and built out an awesome interior while keeping a great street build.
1. 2012 Hyundai Veloster – Hyundai Booth (#24387)
The second car we are bringing to SEMA you might recognize as our Wrecked Magazine Project V8 240sx. The car this week has jumped way ahead of our blog posts as you can see (they will be updated here after we recover from SEMA) and we cannot wait to wheel it into the Kenda Tire booth at SEMA. Our LS3 crate engine from GMPP is all setup in the 240sx with fuel coming from Aeromotive and cooling from Mishimoto. A huge suspension overall from ISIS and APEX’i has the car setup in competition form. Some fresh paint from Dupont, a new widebody kit, and some Enkei RPF1 wheels complete this awesome S13.
2. 1991 Wrecked Magazine Project V8 240sx – Kenda Tire (#40017)
This is the old Jeff Jones Formula Drift Mazda Rx-7 that we have been working on tirelessly this week. The car looks insane with a new body kit and a 2JZ engine swap. We will have much more of an update on how things went down with this car on our new website Fuelculture coming up. The car has tons of great sponsors and some insane looking gaudiness that takes this car straight out of the Middle East.
3. 1993 Mazda Rx-7 R1 – Konig Wheels Booth (#45033)