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Wednesday, 27 October 2021 21:53

2021 SEMA Show to Feature Largest Collection of Chip Foose Vehicles Ever Assembled

The Chip Foose Experience at the SEMA Show will feature 20 of Foose’s most iconic restomods and unique creations, including the “0032,” which won the Grand National Roadster Show’s America’s Most Beautiful Roadster award in 2000. The Chip Foose Experience at the SEMA Show will feature 20 of Foose’s most iconic restomods and unique creations, including the “0032,” which won the Grand National Roadster Show’s America’s Most Beautiful Roadster award in 2000.

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SEMA has announced the Chip Foose collection will be on display at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas this November, which will be the largest gathering of Foose-built vehicles ever assembled.

The Chip Foose Experience exhibit, located in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, will feature 20 of Foose’s most iconic restomods and completely unique creations, as well as 60 of his design sketches.

 

Highlights include the 1956 Ford F-100 “FD-100” built for Foose’s "Overhaulin’" television series, and the “0032,” which won the Grand National Roadster Show’s America’s Most Beautiful Roadster award in 2000. It will also feature several Ridler Award-winning builds, including “Impression,” “Imposter,” “Grandmaster” and “Stallion.”

 

Throughout the week of the SEMA Show, Foose himself will be in the Chip Foose Experience area hand-drawing a new wheel design. Show attendees are invited to stop by and witness Foose create the design, as well as see the following Chip Foose-designed cars on display:

 

  • Foose Design “FD-100” ("Overhaulin’" build)
  • “Impression” (Ridler winner)
  • “Imposter” (Ridler winner)
  • “Hemisfear” (Handmade original Foose design)
  • “P-32”
  • 1932 Ford Roadster “0032” (2000 America’s Most Beautiful Roadster winner)
  • 1933 Ford Speed 33 “Keystone Coupe”
  • 1969 Chevy Camaro owned by Kevin Mayberry
  • 1939 Cadillac 60 Special “Madam X”
  • 1935 Chevrolet Master “Grandmaster” (Ridler winner)
  • 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe
  • 1932 Muroc Roadster “Magnatude”
  • 1934 Ford Coupe “Stallion” (Ridler winner)
  • 1948 Cadillac “EldoRod”
  • 1935 Chevrolet Phaeton “The Black Bow Tie” owned by Wes Rydell
  • 1954 Plymouth Belvedere “Sniper”
  • 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air “Boyd Air”
  • 1974 Jaguar E-Type Roadster (Battle of the Builder category winner)
  • 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air Restomod built for Mike Malone
  • 1967 C10 “C/28” will be on display in the Wheel Pros booth

 

For more information about SEMA exhibits or to register to attend the 2021 SEMA Show, visit www.semashow.com.

 

Source: SEMA

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