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    Default SEMA 2011 - Anyone planning to go? NOV 1 - NOV 4

    Just curious if anyone was planning to attend SEMA 2011 this years?

    Of course it's in Vegas and it runs November 1 - November 4 this year. I had wanted to attend this year, but I'm so busy with projects that I can't get everything done that I'm looking to get done, so I'd say there is about a 20% chance that I will be able to show up.

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    Website is About the 2011 SEMA Show | SEMA Show of course. Looks like it's going to be just as big as it ever has been in the past.

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    I wish I could.....Always wanted to go to SEMA Big Time!!......


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    I would like to go just once, but my biggest issue is alot of it is big ticket big money stuff, rather than catering to those that are do it yourselfers just trying to make our rigs better. So mabey some time.. this year would work except i took all my vacation for deer season.. HAHA


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    As much as I would love the opportunity to go home for SEMA, I wouldn't be able to get the time off for it due to operational concerns. I'll be back in Vegas next year so hopefully that'll be a go!

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    I actually have a good opportunity to go to SEMA through a friends father. The company he works for pays for him to go every year and his son (my friend) goes pretty much for free. So I can go and only have to pay for a plane ticket and a couple cases of beer, but I have not made my mind if I want to go and if I have the money to go
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    I try to go every year. It's the best car show you will ever go to. This year I'm going. Can't wait. Here I come Vegas.

    I'm also building a 1965 C-10 custom

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