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SEMA: Ringbrothers deTomaso Pantera

By | November 19, 2013

Over the past few years the Ringbrothers have made quite a name for themselves by building classic muscle cars how they thought they should have been built in the first place.¬† Located in the small town of Spring Green, Wisconsin, brothers Mike and Jim Ring started building their own parts for restoration projects and first […]

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Top 5 Cars from SEMA 2012

By | November 12, 2012

It’s become a tradition to cover the 5 most awesome cars of SEMA each year we go. This year was no exception in terms of showcasing exceptional cars. After much deliberation, here are the Daily Derbi top 5 cars of SEMA 2012: 5. Toyota Corolla E20 + Toyota GT86 Nothing catches your eye in a […]

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SEMA 2012: Lexus Corporate Knows How to Party

By | November 2, 2012

Many car brands spend millions of dollars on their booth setup, so it’s easy to hard to know what to expect. Some are horrendously boring (cough, cough, Toyota, cough, cough), and others blow you away. Case in point, Lexus. We’re well aware of the fact that they’re both owned by the same company, but this […]

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SEMA 2012: The Bonkers Magnaflow Revolver Truck

By | November 2, 2012

In order to provide a competent, demonstrative answer to what they call “they ultimate question”, Magnaflow has brought to life their off the walls Revolver Truck for SEMA. Take a look at the photos and you’ll see an assembly mounted in the bed of a ’49 Chevy 3100 that closely resembles a revolver¬†cylinder, fitted not […]

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SEMA 2012 – Scion FR-S Feature

By | November 2, 2012

We’re here at SEMA 2012 in Las Vegas. It’s officially our favorite car show in the entire world. Inevitably, every year there are a handful of cars that enthusiasts gravitate toward. This year, the clear favorite is the Scion FR-S. It won the 2012 SEMA award for Hottest Sport Compact, which is a no-brainer Amazingly […]

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SEMA 2012: Watch Robby Gordon Drift His Stadium Super Truck

By | November 2, 2012

Robby Gordon, whose claim to fame originally started in NASCAR, demonstrated it’s not just the proverbial left-hand turns that he’s best at. In front of a SEMA crowd of thousands and behind the wheel of a new Stadium Super Truck, he drifted around cones and corners alike while often keeping one of his front wheels […]

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