Some of the more offbeat highlights form the world's largest aftermarket show in Las Vegas
Mark Tisshaw
7 November 2014

SEMA is a motor show where anything goes, and the madcap creations get as many headlines as the latest manufacturer products.

The 2014 SEMA show didn’t disappoint in displaying the wacky, wonderful and sometimes weird cars and components.

Most eye-catching was a Chevrolet Camaro modified to run on 34inch alloy wheels, something the firm who created it, Starr, proudly claimed as a world first. 

Other highlights included cars converted into DJ booths, some quite remarkable airbrush designs, a gold-plated Corvette and performance makeovers for the likes of even the humble Honda Jazz and Ford Fiesta.

Click through our gallery of the weird and wonderful at SEMA 2014 to see this year’s most outlandish creations. 

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Our Verdict

Chevrolet Camaro muscle car

It’s now on sale officially in the UK, so would you want to buy one?

7 November 2014
Just because it can be done doesn't mean it should be done...

8 November 2014
...and yes yes yes...take a proper camera next time... one that can focus

8 November 2014
The team that did this should be run out of Town!,such a cheap looking,badly fitted,horrible color,a real 0/10!

Peter Cavellini.

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