SEMA 2019. Why didn’t you fly out to Vegas for this!?

SEMA is the United Nations conference of all things aftermarket, and here’s some of the best stuff we spotted is in the video.

The SEMA show is a giant gathering of automotive ideas and oddities. In this corner there’s a chair made from exhaust parts and spare time. Over here, smiling through broken teeth, a Dodge Challenger and the Nevada state trooper who made sure it was at the show. Down the another hall, there’s a motorcycle engine stuffed into a 1970s Honda. You’ll find just about anything at SEMA, and if you’re there, prepare to do a bunch of walking. There’s no shortage of aftermarket parts and wild creations. Which is why we happily escape chilly Michigan each November and travel to Las Vegas to explore SEMA.

The video is a roundup of what we saw here, there, and everywhere.

Moe is a product orientated designer who focuses on innovation and excellence. In 2015, he graduated from the University of the Pacific in Stockton with a degree in Management Information Systems. During his time as a Tiger, he explored majors including Computer Science, Engineering Management, and Human Computer Interaction. Shortly after, he made the trek to Oakland for a job in advertising-sales at Yelp. A year later, he became the #1 rep in San Francisco. More recently, he has embraced a career as a multidisciplinary product designer and has works in virtual reality, augmented reality, mobile apps, and has even worked on chat bots. Visit to check out some of his work.