Mark Houlahan
Tech Editor, Mustang Monthly
February 1, 2008
Contributers: Wayne Cook Photos By: Wayne Cook, Courtesy of SEMA

One of the great events of the year in the automotive universe is the annual SEMA show. The Specialty Equipment Market Association trade show is held in Las Vegas during the first week of every November. The activity fills the 3.2-million-square-foot convention center from one end to the other.

SEMA is the gathering of trade and talent we look forward to most each year. It's the place to be for the latest developments in the automotive industry. There are exhibits of new products from every segment of the aftermarket as well as displays by many major automakers, including Ford. The size of the show grows every year, and there never seems to be a shortage of cool, new stuff that would work for us on our classic Ford cars.

Unfortunately, there isn't enough space to include everything of interest that we saw, although many of the best things from SEMA are here. From replacement door panels to all-aluminum engines, there was definitely something for everybody at this year's gigantic convention.

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