With more than a thousand booths and hundreds of cars on the floor, there was a wild assortment of highs and lows this year at SEMA. After wandering for hours among the all-season floormats, LED dashboards, cattle guards, scissor door installers and the custom painter salespeople, I was left with two distinct impressions:
1. The older cars really upstaged the new cars this year. Many of the wild new Mustangs and new Camaros from last year’s show were replaced with toned-down, stock-ier versions.
2. I need to get a Hoveround for next year’s show. My feet are killing me.