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In pictures: the SEMA modified car show 2017

The SEMA modified car show in Las Vegas is an annual gathering of aftermarket tuners, mainstream manufacturers and modified car fans. What started off as a low-key trade show is now one of the wildest car shows in the universe.

As well as a strong mix of modified machinery, car makers have used SEMA 2017 to make some interesting announcements: from Ford’s ‘Drift Stick’ to Honda’s Type R engine in a box.

Ultimately, however, SEMA is about one thing: modified monstrosities. Click through this gallery to see some of the craziest creations on display at this year’s SEMA show.

>NEXT: 7 of the craziest concept cars at the SEMA auto show 2015

Andrew Brady

Web editor at MR. Drives a 2005 Toyota MR2. Has a penchant for the peculiar.

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