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SEMA Show 2018: All Access

THE GEARHEADS GO DEEP INSIDE OF SEMA SHOW 2018 AND SURFACE RELATIVELY UNSCATHED. WELL, MOSTLY.

SEMA Show 2018 winds down, and the Gearheads were granted some pretty hefty access. We took some time to sit and discuss the show from the Magnaflow stage in Hot Rod Alley. We wanted to thank some old friends, recognize some new ones, and reflect on what was easily the most memorable show in any of our memories.

THINGS COVERED IN THIS EPISODE:

    • The dreaded “SEMA legs” syndrome
    • Cue napkins and dirty words
    • Brad is really old
    • Our favorite vehicles of the show
    • Tim Strange is awesome at hosting vehicle debuts
    • The Squarebody Syndicate Indy Tribute truck
    • Tuesdays with Chip
    • The hot rod family
    • Set-up logistics
      – The weirdness of wandering the SEMA Show floor on Sunday
      – From typhoon to fully-carpeted halls
    • Carson makes it happen
    • The Syndicate Series t-shirt boxes
    • The Engle Brothers slip into yet another episode
    • SEMA Show Zamboni adds to the ambiance
    • Judging the BASF best paint award with Chip Foose
      – Getting a private tour of Impostor
    • Chip’s C/28
    • Strope’s Olds
    • The Speedkore carbon fiber Charger
    • The art of walking ten miles per day
    • The thunder of flip-flops and nylon bags

 

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Episode Thirty Four: Live from the Magnaflow Booth at SEMA

The Round Six Gearheads took advantage of their All Access badges and stayed late at the SEMA Show 2018 to knock out another great podcast. Some great pictures and video to go along with the conversation and even some fun extras that aren’t in the audio version…

 

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