What happens when you put three Super Street editors in Las Vegas for a full week during SEMA? Besides the blurry nights, hangovers, empty wallets and glitter left on our clothes, we've compiled the best SEMA coverage to grace the newsstands!
Our story begins when we arrived at the convention center a day before doors even opened. Unlike past years, we had a duty to uphold and prepare our Scion FR-S and Kia project cars for display. Then after a good night's rest, it was time to endure four straight days of agonizing walking over more than two million square feet of the convention center halls. But we didn't mind. We were doing a public service to find and photograph SEMA's best cars and parts. So without further adieu, here are the dopest things about the 2012 SEMA Show.