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Issue One
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Past Issues Index
Roadfly Magazine
Issue One
Nov. 14, 2002
• Roadfly Invades SEMA
• SEMA Photo Gallery
Goodyear Eagle F1
• Ford GT Sneak Peek
Coming Next Issue
• Classic Motoring
• Porsche Cayenne
• AutoSharp Pen

Roadfly Invades SEMA 2002, continued
Aston Martin SEMA

Aston Martin SEMA

Unfortunately, our plans fell by the wayside because there were just too many interesting booths and displays. I stepped foot on the main floor and was immediately wowed by all of the lights, glamour and amazing displays: waterfalls, elevators, and more plasma screens than I could count - obviously, the exhibitors spared no expense.

In addition to the flashy booths there certainly wasn’t any lack of “eye-candy” - booth babes galore, all of whom were more than happy to pose for a picture or two while they handed out lanyards, keychains, posters, and other marketing materials for their particular exhibit.

Not to worry, I took plenty of pictures of the booth girls - you’ll have to have a look at the show gallery for more of the girlie pictures.



The day quickly came to an end, and we found ourselves looking for a place to eat - we had gone the entire day without stopping for lunch, drinks or bathroom breaks - that’s how addictive this show is!

We were invited to some after parties, but instead chose to meet up with a fellow Roadfly member who happened to live in Las Vegas. He picked us up mid-evening and we toured the town with him, eventually ending up at one of the city’s many (ahem) gentlemen’s clubs...

Wednesday was a new day, and we got off to an early start once again. We spent some time touring the show car area and admiring the work of some of the nations elite builders and tuners. Again, Hummers and MINIs seemed to be the hot ticket in the show arena; but we did manage to see some really unique cars like the new Aston Martin and a 302 powered Ford Focus.

Lifted trucks were also very hot at the show - everywhere we turned there was a raised truck, detailed to the max and sporting some very impressive equipment - quagmiresuspensions, superchargers, hydraulics and so on.

After touring the show car area, we strolled over to the Tire and Wheel expo. SEMA has set aside an entire “arena” for the aftermarket wheel companies - there were litterally hundreds of wheel manufacturers from BBS to Zenetti, 13” wheels to 36” wheels - you name it, they had it.

We spent some time at the Goodyear booth, and talked tires with their reps. Roadfly will be releasing a series of articles on the new Goodyear F1 tires - rest assured that these are some incredible tires. If you’re in the market for some new shoes for your prized possession, definitely give those tires a second look; they’re amazing.

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