SEMA

SEMA
If you love modified cars and aftermarket parts, the SEMA Show is the world's largest car show in the world. Featuring some of the biggest and brightest names in the industry, the annual aftermarket specialty products show takes place at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The Specialty Equipment Market Association show boasts more than 100,000 companies spanning over 100 countries. Learn more about the association through our coverage of the SEMA show. No matter what kind of car or truck you are into, there's something for everyone at SEMA.
Formed in 1963 the association works in conjunction with the Automotive Aftermarket Industry Week, culminating in the best car show in the world. We've covered the show since 2005, and if you are heading to SEMA for the first time we can help. There's no shortage of cars to see, vendors to visit and places to eat. Learn more by subscribing to My Pro Street to get all the latest in event news, car show updates and coverage.

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