Last week the Stewart-Warner team was pleased to join the more than 2,400 manufacturers from around the world at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas, NV. If you were one of the more than 160,000 participants at the event, you know what an amazing time it was for everyone. This year was particularly special as it marked the 50th anniversary of the annual event. Stewart-Warner is a charter SEMA member and has been a proud exhibitor at the SEMA Show for many years.
Introducing Our New Authentic Gauges
The new Stewart-Warner Muscle, Mariner and Catalina gauges were featured products at this year’s SEMA Show. In designs as genuine and beautiful as your vehicles, our new gauges have a sleek, brushed aluminum finish, brilliant backlit graphics, and retro styling. And like all Stewart-Warner gauges, they combine modern performance and quality with an authentic design. Want to know more? Contact us now.
SEMA attendees had a hard time passing the Stewart-Warner booth this year without stopping to gawk at the beautiful 1965 Plymouth Barracuda on display. Built by the Skunkworks Racing Division of Hot Rod Chassis & Cycle, the restored vehicle sports an all-aluminum 433 3rd gen Hemi with Hilborn Fuel Injection and Tremec/PPG sequential 6-speed transmission. Other features include independent rear suspension, Detroit Speed front suspension, Forgeline wheels, Falken tires, Alcon brakes, Viking Berserker ASM (computer-controlled) shocks, a custom fiberglass hood and trunklid with spoiler, a custom front valance and wheel openings, and of course…Stewart-Warner Deluxe gauges.
Did You Score a Stewart-Warner Pin?
Were you one of the lucky attendees to get our first-ever, limited-edition and numbered Stewart-Warner pin? Our very own car guys Chris and Bob were handing out these coveted giveaways to collectors throughout the show. Rumor has it this is just the first in a series of Stewart-Warner pins. Be sure to look for us at SEMA 2020 for next year’s special pin.
The annual SEMA trade show in Las Vegas brings thousands of manufacturers together with 70,000 buyers from around the world. One out of every four attendees travels from outside the United States. About 3,300 journalists converge to cover the four-day event. Manufacturers exhibit to showcase their new products, while buyers attend to get firsthand knowledge on the the latest products and industry trends. The SEMA Show is a trade-only event and not open to the general public.
The SEMA Show is organized by the Specialty Equipment Market Association, the trade organization representing the $44.6 billion automotive aftermarket industry. Along with hosting and organizing the world’s premier automotive trade show, SEMA offers its members research, training, education, manufacturing support services, legislative advocacy, group-buying discounts, networking events, and more.