GALLERY: Air Lift Performance @ SEMA 2019

The dust has settled, the last few chips have been gambled, and the final A90 Supra has left the building. And, just like that, the doors have closed on the 2019 SEMA Show. For more than 50 years, the SEMA Show has been the place for tuning fans reconnect with professionals in the industry and […]

By: Air Lift Published: November 21, 2019 Comments: View

The dust has settled, the last few chips have been gambled, and the final A90 Supra has left the building. And, just like that, the doors have closed on the 2019 SEMA Show.

For more than 50 years, the SEMA Show has been the place for tuning fans reconnect with professionals in the industry and take a look at all of the incoming automotive aftermarket trends from the US and beyond. There’s always something to see, with hundreds of booths, thousands of cars, and more free merch than anyone could ever dream of.

Air Lift has been a proud supporter of the SEMA Show for a long time, pretty much since day one. Because of this, Air Lift Performance’s stand is lucky enough to sit right in the middle of the central hall, in a truly prime location amidst big names like Chevrolet and Mobil 1.

The booth really is a showstopper (if we do say so ourselves), thanks to its prime spot, simplistic design, and the eye-catching featured vehicles. Amidst a sea of jam-packed trade show booths, stocked full of products and cars, our booth is like an oasis in the desert! Offering extra floor space, visitors could catch their breath and get to really take the products and what we at Air Lift Performance are all about.

Like we said, we’ve been to a lot of SEMA Shows and we’ve featured a lot of cars in our booth, but the two that we got to feature this year really made this years’ show special for us.

As you probably already know, 2019 marks 70 years of business for Air Lift. In order to celebrate our seven-decade-spanning history, we decided to showcase one of the very first vehicles equipped with an Air Lift kit, as well as one of the latest.

The result? A 1949 Chevy 3100 built by Finish Line Speed Shop set alongside a wide-body A90 Supra slammed on LD97 wheels.

But there are thousands of cars at the SEMA Show, aside from the Air Lift Performance stand, so we wanted to take a minute to feature some of the incredible ALP-equipped vehicles throughout the show.

From chopped-up supercars to super-clean 80s sports cars, Air Lift Performance was represented on just about every make, marque, and tuning style imaginable – just how we like it.

If you weren’t fortunate enough to join us at SEMA 2019, check out our gallery from this year’s event below. Stay tuned for more spotlights from SEMA 2019 coming soon!

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