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2004 SEMA Photo Gallery

Custom cars, climbers and drifters

by Autobytel Staff
November 10, 2004
3 min. Reading Time

No guts, no glory. Muscle Machine’s 1953 Studebaker rod proves that real automotive beauty isn’t just skin deep with its beautiful chromed engine on display.

Page 2: Scion tC

Scion may not have had a press conference during the 2004 SEMA Show, but there were plenty of Scion vehicles in attendance throughout the show floor. This model is known as Haze, with a custom exterior, wheels, and a custom carbon-fiber interior.


Page 3: Chrysler 300C

A Chrysler 300C gets wings. Chrysler’s popular large sedan was everywhere at the 2004 SEMA Show, and now has an agreement with Dub to make it even more trendy.


Page 4: Mopar

Chris Cortez, senior vice president, global service and parts for Mopar, talks about Mopar’s plans during the 2004 SEMA Show. Cortez spoke about the need to be on the street and in the racing circuits, and how Mopar’s agreement with Dub will improve models such as the Magnum and the 300C.


Page 5: Magnum

A Dodge Magnum gets the SEMA treatment. Among the most popular vehicles on the show floor were Dodge Magnums and Chrysler 300Cs.


Page 6: Mopar Magnum

The Mopar Magnum 435 horsepower engine, on display at the 2004 SEMA Show.


Page 7: Four-12

The Chrysler Four-12 prototype caused quite a stir at the 2004 SEMA Trade Show.


Page 8: Kia Spectra5

Flat screens, as seen here in a custom Kia Spectra5, were all the rage at this year’s 2004 SEMA Show.


Page 9: Kia Spectra5

Not your average Spectra5: Kia used the Spectra5 to show how customizable their vehicles can be. This one was created by JAAA Design, for display at the 2004 SEMA Show.


Page 10: Ridgeline

Honda announced the name of its upcoming new truck: Ridgeline. The Ridgeline will be Honda’s first truck in North America. The concept promises four door access and room to haul toys.


Page 11: Honda

Despite being a long-time tuner favorite, Honda was low-key at the 2004 SEMA Show, perhaps not wanting to compete with the noise and hoopla surrounding Ford’s new Mustang.



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