The annual circus that is the Specialty Equipment Market Association is just around the corner, and we’ve already seen previews of what Ford, Chrysler, and GM plan on bringing to the Las Vegas show.
We’ve dug out a few forgotten SEMA show cars from the archives for this week’s quiz. Think you can identify the modified motorcar above? Send your best guess via the comments section below.
Did You Name Yesterday’s SEMA Star?
You did, so long as you identified it as the 2007 Chrysler SR 392 concept, which was the brainchild of designers Mark Allen and Ralph Gilles.
Built upon a highly modified version of the Shadowrods XL27 roadster body, the SR392 stuffs a wild crate motor underneath its curved, tapering snout. Power was supplied by a 392-cubic-inch Hemi V-8 crate engine, which cranked out a solid 525 horsepower.
Apart from the crate motor, modifications included large billet wheels, a channeled nose, and a grille insert designed to emulate those used on then-current Chrysler vehicles.