SEMA 2012 is over, but it’s not a convention that we’re likely to forget soon. There were so many amazing cars. So many amazing products. So many amazing-ly helpful brand ambassadors. Without them, SEMA would be a woefully uninformed, sweaty, sausage fest. I mean, how else would we know about Rohana wheels if it weren’t for these two?
It only makes sense for us respect the ladies who make SEMA bearable. Without them, it would just be a convention of modified Mopars and man muscles. See the ladies who caught our attention after the link.