There’s no doubt that there were countless cool cars at the 2017 SEMA show. Ranging from mild to wild, many of the classic GM cars that were on display throughout the show were built using OPGI parts. Take a look at the following cars that wow’d thousands of people during SEMA week.
OPGI sponsored Scott VanBuskirk’s custom 1968 El Camino on display at the TMI booth.
Ryan “Ryno” Lieberman’s 1962 Cadillac Coupe Deville on display at MB Quart’s booth.
Jon Nyberg’s 1962 also known as “Sinister 62” Cadillac was another OPGI sponsored build and used many of their parts to bring this creation to life.
Mr. Corky Coker of Coker Tire stands next to OPGI’s all original 1976 Eldorado at the Coker booth. The big Caddy was the perfect car for Coker to show off their new line of passenger car tires with.
Dick Eytchison’s 1965 Chevelle 4-door build with a Chevrolet Performance LT1 mated to a Tremec Magnum 6-speed and a slew of Hotchkis Performance Suspension components.
A highly customized 1966 Chevrolet Corvair Monza at the House of Color booth.
This beautiful 1970 Chevelle powered by a Chevrolet Performance LS9 was on display at the Barrett-Jackson booth.
A 1967 Chevelle sporting an LS3 at the Quiet Ride booth.
1963 Cadillac at Air Lift Performance booth.
Here is a heavily modified 1967 LeMans with a 559 hp LS3 and full custom chassis from The Roadster Shop at the Odyssey Battery booth.
Check out this Monte Carlo. From the looks of those wheel and tires, this car was no doubt looking for an autocross course as soon as the show was over.
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