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Chip Foose Lets Loose in Vegas with 20 Show-stopping Custom Vehicles

Among the treasure trove of cool custom rides on display this week in Las Vegas at the 2021 SEMA Show are a variety of iconic vehicles built by Chip Foose, multi-time Ridler award-winning automobile designer and star of the popular television series Overhaulin’. In fact, you can find 20 of them at this year’s show, making SEMA home to the most Foose-built vehicles ever assembled under one roof.

We’re not entirely sure that’s a category in the Guinness Book of World Records, but maybe it should be.

The Chip Foose Experience exhibit featuring the vehicles is located in the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. In addition to the rides, the exhibit will also offer attendees a glimpse of 60 of Foose’s design sketches, along with Foose himself as he hand-draws a new wheel design.

Attending the show? Here are some shots of a few of our favorites you can expect to see in the metal:


Former Riddler Winner Imposter
Former Ridler winner “Imposter” (Image/Chip Foose)

“Hemisfear” (Image/Chip Foose)

1932 Ford Roadster “0032” (Image/Chip Foose)

“P-32” (Image/Chip Foose)

Former Ridler winner “Stallion” (Image/Chip Foose)

1932 Muroc Roadster “Magnatude” (Image/Chip Foose)

1933 Ford Speed 33 “Keystone Coupe”

Former Ridler winner “Impression” (Image/Chip Foose)

Former Ridler Winner “Grandmaster” (Image/Chip Foose)

1939 Cadillac Special 60 “Madam X” (Image/Chip Foose)

“FD-100” Overhaulin’ build (Image/Chip Foose)

Other famous Chip Foose vehicles you can find at SEMA include a 1969 Chevy Camaro owned by Kevin Mayberry; a 1932 Ford 5-window coupe; The 1948 “EldoRod” Cadillac; the 1935 “Black Bow Tie” Chevrolet Phaeton; the 1954 “Sniper” Plymouth Belvedere; the 1957 “Boyd Air” Chevy Bel Air; a 1974 Jaguar E-Type Roadster; a 1957 Chevy Bel Air restomod; and the 1967 “C-28” Chevy C10.

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One Comment

  1. Nathan Dawson says:

    Chip Foose is the best there is when it comes to making custom hotrods, trucks, cars, muscle cars, automotive field.

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