The show follows Dave Kindig and his crew at their 27,000-square-foot facility located in Salt Lake City, UT. Dave's company is called Kindig-It Design, and has been customizing and restoring hot rods since 1999.
Kindig has won numerous car design awards, including the SEMA 2007 GM Design Award, The Master Builder Award at the Boise Roadster Show in 2012, and the Goodguys Trendsetter Award in 2012, among others.
Kindig and his crew will be busy at the upcoming SEMA show, taking place Oct. 31 – Nov. 3, 2017, at the Las Vegas Convention Center located at 3150 Paradise Road, Las Vegas, NV 89109. To see Kindig-it merchandise and meet his crew, visit the Kindig-it Rig, which will be parked outside.
Kindig will be releasing a brand new custom color paint line that he developed with AkzoNobel at SEMA. For more information, see our article link below.
Kindig's SEMA schedule:
10/31 @ 10:30 Kindig-it Rig with Akzo Nobel
10/31 @ 1:30 Borla Exhaust reveals Kindig's New 57 Corvette
10/31 @ 3:00 Kicker Audio reveals Kindig's '57 Fairlane
11/1 @ 10:30 Borla Exhaust Booth
11/1 @ 1:30 NRD Booth
11/1 @ 3:00 AkzoNobel Paint Line Launch Reveal for custom line of colors (see article link below)
11/2 @ 10:30 Reelcraft booth
11/2 @ 1:30 NRD Booth
11/2 @ 3:00 AkzoNobel Booth
11/2 @ 4:30 Kindig-it Rig
11/3 @ 1:30 Kindig-it Rig
Kindig-It Design will be showing a variety of cars they have worked on at SEMA, including:
• 1957 Corvette at Borla Exhaust
• 1957 Fairlane at Kicker Audio
• 1958 Lincoln Continental at AkzoNobel
• 1927 Shadow Rod at AkzoNobel
• 1967 Nova at Velocity Outdoor Stage
• 1968 Camaro at Kindig Rig
• 1969 Camaro at Kindig Rig
• 1965 VW Bus at Kindig Rig
For more information on the new Kindig/AkzoNobel paint line to be released at SEMA, see our previous article:
For more information on Dave Kindig, visit: kindigit.com