Seak Peek Into the 2012 SEMA Show


The 2012 SEMA Show is on it’s second day and the Edelbrock booth has been bombarded with Industry professionals who were eager to see what ‘s new for 2013. Since the show in not open to the public, we thought we’d give you an update on the happenings of the Edelbrock Booth.

The Edelbrock booth has had lots of foot traffic from people wanting to see what the hottest Edelbrock products are for 2013.  Many industry professionals were also waiting in long lines to get autographs from Vic Edelbrock himself  on the new 75th anniversary timeline poster.

Hubble Smith from the Las Vegas Review-Journal Stated,

Vic Edelbrock, owner of Edelbrock Performance Parts, had a constant line of 20 people waiting to get his autograph on a poster commemorating the company’s 75th anniversary.

“Fortunately, people like me and they like our product and I’ve been around a long time,” the 76-year-old hot rodder said. “As long as you put a smile on somebody’s face, that’s what it’s all about. It goes back to my father.”

Vic Edelbrock Sr. introduced the slingshot manifold in 1938 and bought his first shop in Hollywood, Calif., in 1945. The company makes carburetors, cylinder heads, intake manifolds, superchargers and other high-performance parts.

Edelbrock, an original founder of SEMA, said he’s amazed at how much the show has grown since its first year at Dodger Stadium in 1967.

“The size … they’ve taken things and gone beyond,” he said. “There’s all kinds of stuff in here we never wanted in the first place. We wanted performance. The North Hall has everything over there, but that’s all right.”

To read the rest of the article, please vist Las Vegas Review-Journal

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