Goodguys Heads to The SEMA Show

The automotive aftermarket is converging on Sin City this week as the 2019 SEMA Show comes to Las Vegas. It’s our industry’s biggest trade show and it will fill three halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center with the newest parts and coolest cars on the planet.

Naturally, Goodguys will be right in the thick of it all, just as we are every year. Our booth – #22975 – is right in the middle of Hot Rod Alley and perfectly positioned for our team to seek out all the cool stuff. We’ve also got some cool things of our own to show off to the enthusiasts at the show this year. Here’s a sneak peek at what you’ll find when you stop by.



The Goodguys Grand Prize Giveaway ’67 Nova is a highlight of our booth. Built by Designer Street Rods using an all-new body from Real Deal Steel, this cool Chevy II has a full load of cool components, from the Detroit Speed front and rear suspensions, to the supercharged Edelbrock LS3 engine, to the full-custom interior from TMI, to the beautiful PPG paint. You’ll want to give it a closer look – and learn how you can qualify to win it!



Justin Zimmerman’s silver ’59 Impala will also be showcased in the Goodguys booth after Justin became the Grand Prize Winner of the 2019 Goodguys Goolsby Customs YoungGuys program. Started when Justin was just 14, the Impala was a nine-year project that features a RideTech suspension, well-detailed small-block engine, custom Ciadella upholstery, Forgeline wheels, and beautiful silver paint that Justin applied himself. This bat-wing beauty is definitely a ride you’ll want to check out.



We’re looking forward to kicking off this show tomorrow and anticipation is high for other events this week like the Goodguys Gold Awards and Trendsetter Award announcement. Be sure to stop by the booth if you’re at the SEMA Show and stay tuned to Goodguys social media and Fueled News for updates throughout the week!

Editor, Goodguys Gazette

Damon Lee began snapping photos at car shows when he was 10, tagging along with his father to events throughout the Midwest. He has combined his passion for cars and knack for writing and imagery into a 20-year career in the automotive aftermarket, writing for titles like Super Chevy and Rod & Custom and, more recently, working for respected industry leaders Speedway Motors and Goodguys Rod & Custom Association.

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