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SEMA360 Day 3: Battle of the Builders Top 12 Finalists Announced!

One of the most anticipated events of the annual SEMA show is the Battle of the Builders.

Despite being all-virtual this year, the competition is fierce—bringing in dozens of top custom cars, trucks and hot rods together online.

There are four categories, now with three finalists each: Hot Rod, Sport Compact, Truck/Off-Road, and Young Guns. Finalists are judged by a panel of industry experts, with the ultimate winners announced later this week.

Which ones would you like to see win? Make your picks in the comment section below!

Category: Hot Rod

Andy Leach: 1971 PLYMOUTH CUDA


Brady Ranweiler: 1963 CHEVROLET FULL CUSTOM 2 DOOR WAGON

Kyle Kuhnhausen: 1964 CHEVROLET CORVETTE

Category: Sport Compact

Chip Foose: 1974 JAGUAR E-TYPE

Josh Croll: 2004 SUBARU WRX STI

Todd Budde: 1993 MAZDA RX7 FDS3

Category: Truck/Off-Road

Brad DeBerti: 2020 TOYOTA TACOMA

Mark Giambalvo: 1965 CHEVROLET C10 PICKUP

Randy Borcherding: 1971 FORD RANCHERO

Young Guns

Austin Phipps: 1968 CHEVROLET CAMARO RS

Cody Medeisis: 1968 CHEVROLET CAMARO

Eli DeWitt: 1967 PONTIAC LEMANS

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5 Comments

  1. Dario Gantus says:

    1971 Plymouth’Cuda.
    W.o.n.d.e.r.f.u.l.l.l.l

  2. Robert Robinson says:

    Austin Phipps: 1968 CHEVROLET CAMARO RS.

    The obvious:
    Body and Paint
    Interior
    Suspension

    The not so obvious:
    Dash
    Wiring
    Engine
    Drivetrain

  3. jeff merritt says:

    That Ranchero is sweet!

  4. Randy Borcherding: 1971 FORD RANCHERO

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