Gene Winfield's 1952 Chevrolet "Desert Sunset" with Too Many Custom Touches That Make it Look Absolutely Perfect
Taking place every fall at the Las Vegas Convention Center, The SEMA Show is the premier automotive specialty products trade event in the entire world.
This nationally and internationally automotive event draws the attention of the industry's brilliant minds and gathers them all together to show their coolest products. Not only is the SEMA Show an exceptionally great place to discover the innovations in the industry, but also it offers attendees educational seminars, product demonstrations and many other event you can enjoy with friends and colleagues. Today, we present you a very interesting video demonstrating a bad ass vehicle that SEMA Show enabled us to see. It's a custom built chopped 1952 Chevrolet that looks perfect in every aspect. Nicknamed as "Desert Sunset", this '52 Chevy is owned by Gene Winfield and you can hear him telling about his spectacular machine in the video.
Watch it and you'll enjoy!
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