Gale Banks talks with HOT ROD MAGAZINE LIVE about special vehicle projects created for the SEMA show, plus what Banks Power has in store for 2013.
Gale Banks was a guest on Dennis Pittesebarger’s Hot Rod Magazine Live during the 2012 SEMA show in Las Vegas.
Topics included background info on all of the vehicles at the show that have Banks Power products on them, Gale’s work with the military, and the new 630T V6 diesel engine that Banks plans to stick in all sorts of vehicles in the coming year. Plus, you’ll hear about the car that won the highest prize a show vehicle can win—and what part Banks played in that, and you’ll hear about the ICON D200 truck that drew and incredible crowd at the show. And as if that wasn’t enough, Gale told Dennis his plans to turbocharge Jeeps. Whew! It was quite a lot of info in the show, so give it a listen and you’ll know all about where Banks Power has been and where it’s heading!
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