There were all sorts of tricks and treats at the Specialty Equipment Market Assn. show last week in Las Vegas, as the customization and aftermarket parts extravaganza exhibited no signs of slowing down with other areas of the nation’s economy. General Motors Corp. was the sponsoring manufacturer of this year’s show and took full advantage of having center stage. Show- goers were treated to more than 175 tricked-up vehicles from GM. There was a quintet of Chevy Cavaliers — obviously GM’s ...

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