SEMA 2017 Day 2 – The best of the best!

It’s a big pond, with big fish.  A big show with a big budget.  It couldn’t be anything other than the SEMA show.  The show has a scope and a caliber that is beyond compare.  The bar has been set sky high for SEMA and SEMA 2017 has blown right over it.  Day 2 of SEMA and it just gets better.  The Battle of the Builders was quite interesting today.  All 10 of the Hot Rods are still in contention for the top prize.  How about them apples.  So we have the 10 Hot Rods:  Alan Johnson and his ’32 Ford Tudor, Andy Leach with his ’30 Ford Model A Coupe, Eddie Pettus with his 1963 Chevy Corvette, Larry Griffey with his ’54 Chevy Corvette, Mark Markin with a ’38 Graham 97, Jeremy Miranda and his ’69 Chevrolet Camaro, Phil and Jeremy Gerber with their ’69 Chevy Camaro, Troy Ladd and his ’36 Packard Roadster, and last but not least Troy Trepanier with his ’29 Ford Model A Tudor.  The remaining 2 are a 2005 Ford Bronco built by Chris Payne from the Truck/off-Road category and a 1995 Porsche 911 Carrera crafted by Peter Nam from the Sport Compact category.  This is going to be very interesting come Friday and the announcement of the winner at SEMA Ignited.  Take a gander for yourself and start placing your bets.

Like I said before, there are some might big fish here representing with their finest.  Each as good as the next.  But don’t take my word for it, here’s more of that world famous SEMA eye candy.  Enjoy!

Be sure and check hit Event Coverage to check out more from SEMA day 2.  And there’s more, more, more is on the horizon for tomorrow.

Till the next time – Keep on Kruzin!