This Green Chevy Impala had a Joker themed artwork all around and a mighty shiny engine.
There were a few custom bikes there, but this one caught my eye with the clear wheel and that great color blue.
This isn't your standard T-Bird. There were great murals all over this classic with a tribute to our armed forces.
This Ram 2500 Truck is all custom. The skulls and jokers artwork was present on both sides of this lifted ride. There are some clowns mixed in there, but I don't think you'll want them at your kids party.
This green 1959 Chevy Impala caught a lot of attention in the North Hall, as you can see by people taking picture with their phones on the left.
Outside for all to see was this Chevy Camero with a tribute paint job of the American Flag theme. There were mural throughout like the soldier on the hood.
This female owned 1964 Chevy Corvair is a great looking ride. Something different about this Corvair is that there is no air cooled engine in the back, there is a 4.3L Chevy V6 up front.
This Cadillac CTS will make you see red. This paint job wraps around the whole car which makes this one hot ride.
This 1933 Ford 2 Door Sedan is hot on the inside as well as the outside. This classic was brought by Sherwin-Williams Automotive.
Galpin Auto Sports always brings some cool rides to SEMA. This year they brought this 1934 Ford Five Window Coupe named Iron Orchid.
This 60's Chevy Impala was sparkling in the sun with its metallic flakes all throughout.