No time has been more exciting than this for the Speedmaster development team, winning two SEMA Global Media Awards at The 2016 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, Nevada last week.
Speedmaster, trusted and respected for its people and its products. Globally.
Speedmaster creates unique & distinctive DNA items inspired by the blend of old and new technology.
Its empowered work force drives innovation not only in the products it sells but with the way it goes about doing it.
Johny’s Garage have completed a build on a 1974 Chevrolet C10, featuring a complete Speedmaster custom differential. The truck dubbed ‘Buttercup’ went on display at The United Pacific Industries booth for The 2016 SEMA Show, and served proudly as one of the main features.
Ever since primitive man learned how to smelt iron roughly 3,000 years ago, it has been synonymous with durability and strength. Okay, maybe there are not many of us that actually care who first made iron. But as auto enthusiasts, we do care about engine blocks. They are made of iron, so that makes it important.
Providing parts for a 1958 Plymouth Belvedere and a 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am, Speedmaster are proud to announce that both vehicles have won awards at the Las Vegas 2016 SEMA Show. The 58 Belvedere was awarded The Mopar Muscle top 10 Mopars, and the Ruby Fire Trans am won The Car and Drivers Top 10 cars at Sema Day 1.
Built on a long term consistency of being a specialist in aftermarket automotive parts.
Speedmaster has become a leader in its field, built on a long term consistency of being a specialist in aftermarket automotive components. The team has shared all the finest moments in the numerous accolades for its people, its products, and its approach. Speedmaster is also one of the rare companies to produce its own products, where majority items are entirely developed and manufactured in its workshops. The ultimate token of precision, Speedmaster is the world’s only major parts manufacturer to equip cars from Standard replacement to Top Fuel Dragsters.
In 1979, the company was founded with Pete’s Performance, which was a small speed workshop. It began by building engines for customers as a hobby, and it has now grown to include selling, assembling, manufacturing and racing high performance engine parts. Over the years, the company has grown into a worldwide high performance powerhouse. Growing from a one-man bricks-and-mortar business; to now a supply chain in which entails more than 400+ people all across the world. Today, Pete’s Performance has evolved into the internationally known Speedmaster: which has distribution centres and offices is Sydney, Los Angeles and Shanghai.