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Martin Sprocket & Gear to Showcase Body and Fender Tools at SEMA

Martin Sprocket & Gear, Inc. will be an exhibitor at the SEMA show this year, showcasing their line of body and fender tools. Ron Covell, a professional metalworker, will be at the Martin booth using Martin tools to demonstrate how to get dents out of metal.

Ron Covell at Martin Sprocket & Gear's SEMA Show Exhibit.Martin Sprocket & Gear, Inc. will be an exhibitor at the SEMA show this year, showcasing their line of body and fender tools. The SEMA Show is an annual automotive specialty trade products event that draws people in the industry from around the world. Martin has been manufacturing quality auto body tools since 1917 and was the original manufacturer of body and fender tools, thus entering the field in 1925.

Ron Covell, a professional metalworker, will be at the Martin booth using Martin tools to demonstrate how to get dents out of metal. Covell is one of the best-known in his trade. He has been a master metal-shaper since the mid 1960’s building award-winning cars and motorcycles. Covell has won America’s Most Beautiful Roadster award twice at the Grand National Roadster Show. He is also known for his instructional DVDs about metalworking that have reached people in many different countries. Martin has been manufacturing a wide range of products for over 60 years, including industrial hand tools, power transmission products and material handling products.

Come visit Martin Sprocket and Gear (Booth 10773) at the SEMA show at the Las Vegas Convention Center, October 30-November 2. Showtimes will be posted at the Martin booth.

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