We’re approaching the moment many have been waiting for at the 2016 SEMA Show. Judges have chosen the top 21 builds from the numerous debuts at this year’s show and will announce the top 10 later today.
The competition is judged by industry experts from publications and companies themselves and brought the top 21 to three categories. The top 21 are as follows:
- Jeremy & Phil Gerber – 1967 Chevy Chevelle Onyx **Young Gun
- Kyle Tucker – 1941 Willys 2 Door Coupe
- Mike & Jim Ring – 1969 Chevy Camaro and 1948 Cadillac
- Jessie Greening – 1961 Chevy 2 Door Sedan
- Cam Miller – 1969 Chevy Camaro
- Jason Pecikonis – 1965 Ford Mustang
- Cris Payne – 2016 Chevy Colorado Diesel **Young Gun
- Brad DeBerti – 2017 Ford Raptor **Young Gun
- Kenny Hauk – 1948 Kaiser Willys Pickup
- Greg Higgs – 2015 Chevy Colorado
- Randy Weaver – 1938 Diamond T Hauler
- John Cole – 1966 Ford Bronco
- Mark Turner – 1958 Jeep FC170
- Ernie Manansala – 2014 Nissan GTR **Young Gun
- Big Mike – 1992 Honda Prelude **Young Gun
- Dominic Le – 1974 Datsun 260Z **Young Gun
- Gordon Ting – 2016 Prius
- Jeremy Lookofsky – 2017 Toyota Corolla
- Igor Polishchuk – 1989 BMW 325is
- Anthony De Guzman – 1993 Toyota Supra **Young Gun
There are a few recognizable names in there, and there’s stiff competition. We highlighted the Ringbrothers’ builds specifically, in which the performance house crafted a 2016 Cadillac ATS-V and 1948 Cadillac Sportback coupe mashup in Madam V, and a tastefully customized 1969 Chevrolet Camaro in the G-Code Camaro.
Stay tuned for the semi-finalists.