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Photos from the 2011 SEMA Show

Posted on November 3rd, 2011

Factory Fives Featured Heavily at this Year’s Show

It’s that time of year again! The Factory Five crew arrived in Las Vegas the other day and finished preparing for this week’s SEMA Show Monday afternoon. Dave Smith has sent us a bunch of spy photos and we’ll have more coming as the week goes on. Keep checking back for updates.

SKJ built Mk4

SKJ-built Hot Rod w/1500 hp coool!

Bart Brown from all-angles restoration built this heavily modified gtm on display in the main hall

Colors of SEMA

Jim Copland's Hot Rod in the main entrance to the show

Engine of FFR GTM in our booth

Henry's Hot Rod

Karen Salvaggio and Ron Everitt detail the Mk4

SKJ guys and their stunning GTM built for customer Bill Farber

More colors from SEMA

The FFR crew get a primer on the details of the SKJ-built gtm... Close to 1000 rwhp and more custom items than you could imagine... Full video shortly.

The Mk4 Roadster has gotten a lot of attention.

George Robitaille's FFR '33 Hot Rod greets all SEMA attendees.

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  • Gary: In the group photo with the studio peolpe standing behind the car, the modeler Peter Bond-Nelson is 4th from the left. I too should know a few more but Pete worked with me in Pontiac Studio back in the late ’60s which helped me to remember his name. Sadly, I heard that Pete passed away in Florida a few years ago.Bill Quan also worked in Buick Interior Studio under Paul Tatseos in the early 1980s and contributed to the design of the ’85 Electra and Park Avenue interior.Regards, Bill Porter