The ICON D200 Reformer is a 1965 Dodge D200 Crew Cab built on a 2006 Dodge 3500 truck chassis. It features a Kore Baja chase suspension, 37-inch BFGoodrich A/T tires, Hutchinson bead lock wheels and ICON-designed stainless trim details (notice the ICON name on the front quarter and hood). The interior is highlighted by Parabellum bison hides on the seats, Rolls-Royce wilton wool carpting, LED lighting throughout and a JL Audio system with interconnectivity with iPhones. This truck was featured in the OPTIMA Batteries booth at the 2012 SEMA Show in Las Vegas. www..powerpacknation.com
This is the 1961 Impala Bubbletop Wagon of Joe Horisk. GM never built such a car so in order to grasp the full extent of what has been done to this once-a-sedan you need to do yourself a favor and look it up on the internet. It will boggle your mind. SEMA Show, Las Vegas, NV.
ZeroTo60 Mustang GTT, 2017. A customised Mustang which has been modified to resemble a Ford GT (GTT stands for Grand Turismo Tribute). The prototype will presented at next week’s SEMA show and is scheduled to be produced in limited numbers next year
One of the most famous funny cars of all time, the 1972 Hot Wheels Plymouth Barracuda “Snake II” of Don Prudhomme. It will be auctioned off by Barrett-Jackson later this year in Scottsdale. SEMA Show, Las Vegas, NV.
In my opinion, the coolest car in Las Vegas this year was the “GoneMad” ‘55 Nomad of Art Boze. Built by Classic Car Studio in Missouri, it sports a Shafiroff Racing Engines 509ci, 625hp big block. Such a great color combination and creative use of satin and gloss paint. It just stops you in your tracks. SEMA Show, Las Vegas, NV.
This is Bruce Levens’ 1951 Ford Coupe. Built by Chad Wick the car is an absolute work of art. The engine is a 1956 Lincoln V8 and it along with other details like one-off gold wheels, custom hood and fender panels, a hand-made dashboard and hand crafted bucket seats covered in Italian leather, all add up to a truly one of a kind custom. SEMA Show, Las Vegas, NV.