Memorial Day weekend is upon us, signaling the unofficial launch of summer and drawing out the masses in search of ways to enjoy it. While camping and traveling are staples, car shows are also near the top of the list as ways of bringing nostalgic fun for all ages no matter the locale.
The SEMA Show is the place to see and be seen in the automotive scene. A no-holds-barred display of custom car builds, as well as the latest and greatest in the automobile aftermarket, SEMA really is the premier automotive specialty products trade event in the world. There was a constant traffic flow to the AMSOIL booth
When I returned to AMSOIL in 1996 and attended my first SEMA Show, one of my first aims was to get a handle on the publishing industry, especially with regard to the magazines that were out there covering the scene from various angles. It was astonishing how many niches there were. What an exciting industry.
Team Hybrid knows how to make an entrance, kicking off the New Year with impressive show wins and national media coverage. Founder & President James Lin reports big news in the early stages of 2017, and from the looks of things, Team Hybrid is set to remain a dominant force in the tuner scene wherever
The 2016 SEMA Show in Las Vegas has come to an end, and attendees are making their way back home armed with a wealth of new information on the specialty equipment manufacturing industry. It’s been an exciting week with reports of the AMSOIL booth welcoming steady traffic and generating a buzz that will resonate long
The Endless Summer Cruisin’ car show (Oct. 6-9, 2016 in Ocean City, Md.) was a spectacular event for many reasons, one of which was the opportunity to meet car enthusiast Greg Wantz. Greg and his 1962 Willys Wagon, equipped with an F4-134 engine, won the six-foot-tall AMSOIL trophy, meaning his vehicle stood out to us the most.
Few places are more exciting for a project vehicle unveiling than at SEMA. Here is where the automotive world’s builder elite show up with vehicles worthy of magazine covers and movies. From vintage restorations and overhauls, to fresh-off-the-line models modified to standards of perfection, there is a little bit of everything at SEMA.
Turning heads within the show car scene can be a daunting task, especially among the tuner elite who attend high-profile shows with vehicles ready for their close-ups. These enthusiasts aim to stand out in a way that makes their vehicular statement known and respected among their peers. One of the ultimate destinations for any project
SEMA is a less than a month out, and we here at AMSOIL are gearing up for one of our most exciting appearances yet. In a show of this magnitude, companies pull out all the stops in causing a splash and cutting through all the noise generated by every heavy-hitter within the specialty automotive industry.