The Shiny Patina Hogie Hauler of Vegas

(This is the first in a long small series of my SEMA coverage. Like I said before, I took so many pictures this time around.)

Before you is a prime example on making a gorgeous 1930 Model-A Coupe Rat Rod and finding the right trailer to take it to show off. So happens the guys over at Hogie Shine found that perfect hauler. A 1953 Ford COE was built just in time for SEMA, with the same gorgeous paint theme as the Coupe. It’s a bit of a frankenstein build however, with a modern Dodge chassis, Cummins Diesel powerplant, and full air ride system.
I was glad I came through early Monday morning as it was just me and this big bertha, I was there for a few mins trying to take in everything I’m seeing. It’s just a gorgeous piece of art. It be hard for me to even take off the Coupe to go riding around. Enjoy the set everyone, more coming soon!

Full Flickr Shiny Patina Hogie Hauler Set

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What Happens in Vegas, Get’s Posted on Instagram

Well, this time last week I went over to a city that never sleeps, good ole Las Vegas for this year’s SEMA show. Well, I won’t go too much into it as this year I took well over 3,000 pictures. So today I was trying to figure out how to present my 4 day adventure without drowning people with so many pictures. So I came up with this, I’ll be presenting each week a different theme at SEMA and some with just one car since I took a bunch of just one car at the show. So we’ll do something like, Imports of SEMA, Trucks of SEMA, RWB’s at SEMA, the Toyo Tires Booth Cars of SEMA, and so forth. Still trying to fine tune what I’ll be posting but you get the gist of it. Anyways, enjoy a few pictures until hopefully Wednesday or Thursday, trying to get at least one article up before Simply Clean 7 meet this weekend…ugh! Such a busy month! Enjoy guys!