Top 10 Best Cars of SEMA: 2011 SEMA Show

Top 10 Best Cars of SEMA: 2011 SEMA Show

8. 1963 Chevy Impala

It’s not often, if ever, that we’d pick a car from the DUB section of the SEMA Show to be in our Top 10 list, but this 1963 Chevy Impala can’t be ignored. Owned by Albert De Alba the work was done by Mario’s Autoworks of Montclair, CA and Calblast of Upland, CA. Winner of a Mothers Choice Award trophy at the SEMA Show, the paint work isn’t just pristine, the art work is too, especially on the under side of the hood. The attention to detail in every area is simply unbelievable from the custom interior, to the chrome engine parts. Of particular note, be sure to check out the design of the woman on the valve cover. The jewelry around his neck isn’t paint, it’s actual jewels.

GALLERY: 1963 Chevy Impala


  • Stacy C.

    Agreed about this one (and only this one). Hilarious SEMA pic of this little mighty micro here:

  • Jeremy

    Really? You didn’t even include Christian Rado’s twin turbo tundra v8 2500hp STREET TRIM full-metal widebody Supra???? Really??? You must have missed it at the show

  • steve

    This is INSULTING!!!!…this is AMERICA and out of 10 cars 2 are made here in the states…the rest werent even custumized…they were STOCK!!..we had over 300 man hours and over half a million dollars in upgrades on “iron revenge”…EVER SINGLE PART WAS MANUFACTURED HERE IN THE U.S.A……and it never made it in the top 10?…really?…funny, we landed 5 magazine shoots and a movie deal!!! …BUT NOT TOP 10?…WEAK!!!