#MTSEMA18 -The C10s of SEMA 2018
The popularity of the Chevrolet C10 along with all of its variants, continues to rise and the SEMA Show 2018 is unquestionable proof. See them all here!
The popularity of the Chevrolet C10 along with all of its variants, continues to rise and the SEMA Show 2018 is unquestionable proof. In past years, we have seen many different iterations and styles but new ideas keep coming to fruition. Many manufacturers had new products on display and integrated into feature vehicles at the show. There were a couple of slammed K5 Blazers right outside the convention center to garner immediate attention upon arriving as well as an incredible red 67-72 built by Vision Rods and Customs.
Inside the Central Hall, the focus seemed to sway toward squarebody and ‘60-‘66 body style C10s. The 1976 Syndicate Series squarebody with a Roadster Shop Chassis, LS3 under the hood and distinct paint scheme in the Royal Purple booth had a massive crowd studying every detail on it. In the K&N booth, a 1969 Suburban sat in well-aged form next to a small tablet with Renderings flashing on the screen. Devious Customs will be building one of those concepts based on fan votes and will be right back in the same spot next year in its completed form. The 1963 beauty sitting outside the North Hall belonging to Candice Wheeler was worth at least a few minutes of studying. At the end of the day, manufacturers are going to keep cranking out new products for the 3 generations of C10 trucks, builders will continue to find new ways to modify them and photographers will inevitably capture the final product for publication here in Truckin Magazine.