Finding the BEST interiors at the 2014 SEMA Show was a trying task. In fact- there were so many to choose from, we could barely come to a decision. So instead of saying these interiors are absolutely the best from SEMA 2014, we’ll say they’re among some of the best. Check out some of the unusual and unique interiors we found on the floor of the annual SEMA Show below!
Topping the list of the top interiors from SEMA 2014 is one that can be found in Angelo Vespi’s Detroit Speed-built 1969 Camaro. Perfect for the competition enthusiast that also wants a bit of comfort, the Camaro’s interior was created first as an artist rendering by Eric Brockmeyer and then put together by M&M Hot Rod Interiors.
The whole idea? A modern interior with all the competition-friendly features a pure race fan could ever want.
Hand crafted aluminum panels is the base of the interior, which were then wrapped in black leather to match the black leather-wrapped Recaro seats. Topping the seats are Schroth Racing 4-point harnesses.
The car’s instrumentation can be found on two LCD monitors within the car, while the AC is also digitally controlled. Topping the interior off is a key-fob push-start ignition.
Built specifically to show off TMI’s latest and greatest products, the TMI ’68 Camaro is another car with a stellar interior. And with everything done in-house, there’s just no going wrong with this muscle machine.
Featuring TMI’s Pro Series front seats, which are universal and only require vehicle-specific tracks to fit in almost any classic muscle car, the TMI Camaro is proof of what can be accomplished with an interior straight from an aftermarket company.
This particular interior is done in TMI’s Brick Red vinyl with Red Mesh details.
From the seats (both the Pro Series front seats and custom 2-bucket rear bench seat with a center console) the custom dash pad, door panels and even the matching trunk kit, this Brick Red/Red Mesh combination really stands out and makes the car that much more unique.
Larry Nguyen’s 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda
Next on our list of the top interiors from SEMA 2014 can be found in the Roadster Shop-built “Hell Fish” ‘Cuda. Truly one of the sickest Mopars on the show floor, we just couldn’t help but fall in love with this beast.
Inside, you’ll find black leather Recaro front seats and a matching rear bench seat topped with Corbeau Racing 4-point harnesses. Carrying throughout, black leather can also be found on the car’s custom door and interior panels, as well as the shifter boot and leather-wrapped dash.
Not to be outdone by any of the other killer interiors at SEMA this year, the “aircraft themed” interior found in Amy Himic’s ’67 Mustang out in front of the Las Vegas Convention Center was definitely worth an extra look.
Designed by Steve Holcomb’s Pro Auto Custom Interiors, the Mustang’s interior features custom bucket seats in the front with red stitching and custom rivet details, matching door panels, and a custom wrap-around dash pad.
For instrumentation, the car uses prototype gauges from Classic Instruments while steering is done with a Billet Specialties steering wheel.
Though the entire interior is stellar, one of the coolest parts is the custom aircraft joystick shifter built atop a Hurst shift lever.
Gary Wales’s 1917 La Bestioni “Rusty One”
Now, if you know anything about Wales’s La Bestioni line of vehicles, you know that they are some of the most custom and one-off pieces of automotive artwork in the industry. Just the same, the interiors that grace these fine machines are also one-of-a-kind and undeniably beautiful.
In this particular vehicle, Wales has incorporated some amazing pieces, including the same lever start switch as the 1914 Duesenberg Indy racer, half of a Model T ignition coil box, a vintage pocket watch, Weston ammeter and a Magneto Switch airplane compass.
Topping off the interior is a gorgeous wooden steering wheel and leather bench seat with a matching pad that wraps around the entire top of the car’s cockpit.
Truly some of the best interiors of the 2014 SEMA Show, these are only a fraction of the interiors we could have featured. Because of that, we’d like to hear what you thought were some of the best interiors from this year’s show!