Ironworks Speed & Kustom Talks "Fairway '67" Camaro and LT4 | Chevrolet Performance | SEMA 2017

During the annual SEMA Show, Chevrolet Performance hosted their SEMA Design Awards. Six awards were handed out, with all of the cars being powered by a Chevrolet engine, three of those were the Chevrolet Performance LT4 crate engine. We had the opportunity to talk with Rodger Lee of Ironworks Speed & Kustom about his award-winning “Fairway ‘67” Camaro and why he picks Chevrolet Performance power. Check out for all your project needs. Read the feature car article on “Fairway ‘67” on

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Visit Chevrolet Performance’s Booth (#23743) For The Latest - SEMA 2017

Greetings from Las Vegas, Nevada! We are on the grounds at the 2017 SEMA Show this morning with the show opening at 9 a.m. PST today. Walking through Central Hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center on opening morning is always an incredible experience. Seeing the masses of people and pristine automobiles with the buzz of excitement in the air that only comes on opening day at one of the world's largest automotive aftermarket shows, SEMA. We made our way towards the center of the room to see the Chevrolet booth (booth #23743) filled with all of the concepts that were unveiled the night before during the Chevrolet Media Reception.

Published on: 11/10/2017
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