The 2020 SEMA Show is now a No-Go

[gallery link="none" columns="1" size="full" ids="45906"] words: Bill Back in June, the SEMA Show declared that they were still going to go on with the show. Today? Word came out that they will not be going on with the show. Here's the release: Statement from SEMA about the 2020 SEMA Show: Due to Covid-19 and concerns that event facilities and services will be unavailable, the SEMA Show will not be taking place in 2020. While both event organizers and industry members have been wor...

The 2020 SEMA Show Is A Go

[gallery link="none" columns="1" size="full" ids="5377"] words: Bill The show must go on. Word came out today that the 2020 SEMA Show is still on for this year (November 3-6). It's a little surprising to hear since major shows across the country and around the world have cancelled including our favorite jaunt out to the West Coast for Legends of the Autobahn and Monterey Car Week. Thousands of exhibitor and attendees have already registered and are planning to attend the event in Las Vegas, NV. ...

AccuAir Suspensions Declares Bankruptcy Amidst Covid-19 Pandemic

There is no doubt that the Covid-19 pandemic will take a heavy toll on the global market, and of course part of that market is the automotive industry. As car brands stall assembly lines worldwide and businesses struggle to manage employees and overhead amidst this long-term market pause, we've received word of a company in our Audi enthusiast space filing for bankruptcy. That company is California-based air suspension manufacturer AccuAir. Launched by brothers Reno and Dustin Heon back in...