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SEMA with Street Standard

On Thursday Matt Haugen from Street Standard stopped by the Car Street Journal conference room at Sema.  Matt has been attending Sema for 8 years, and for 7 of those years he has had one of his cars in the Sema show.  Matt got into working on cars with his dad when he was young.  Helping work on Hot Rods and such at home.  Matt’s first Sema he brought his Toyota Tundra.  Years later Matt was thinking about starting his own business and build some bad-ass cars. With the help from Cory Hosford, they came up with Street Standard.  Street Standard is a car performance go to shop.  They can get anything from body kits from Liberty Walk and Rocket Bunny down to Wilwood Brakes.  Matt has 2 personal cars here at Sema this year. Which are a 1 of 1 Liberty Walk Lamborghini and a Rocket Bunny Nissan 350z.


The Liberty Walk Lamborghini is a 1 of 1 kit. There is about 20 kits made for that style car but this kit was customize by Liberty Walk exactly for this lambo and will not be made again. The Lamborghini is sponsored by Street Standard, Liberty Walk, and Ceramic Pro.

The Nissan 350z is extremely modded. Mods include the following: 1Jz swapped, Rocket Bunny kit, RotiForm wheels, AEM tune, custom stereo set up and more. This car too is sponsored by Street Standard, Driftparts, Rocket Bunny, WilWood Disc Brakes, RotiForm, AEM Electronics, Superwow Factory, and Ceramic Pro.


Having his personal car at Sema is an honor to Matt.  Sema is always a top goal to be at on display in the automotive world.   Matt stated, “Walking thru the show and seeing your own car is an unreal feeling. It only gets better and better every year.”  This next year Matt will be competing in the southwest drift series.  His goal is to get is Formula Drift Pro 2 License.  Matt plans on competing with the Pros within the next couple years.  Car Street Journal will be following Matt on his journey.

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