Each year, waves of automakers and custom shops come together to show off their latest and greatest creations at Las Vegas' annual SEMA show. With less than a month to go, many companies are entering crunch time to wrap up one-off builds and put the final touches on unannounced concept cars. But there's one manufacturer who might be feeling more pressure than the rest: General Motors.

According to a report from Muscle Cars and Trucks citing sources familiar with the matter, the ongoing strike of GM's UAW-bound workers may put a hold on the company and even third parties completing their projects in time for the Nov. 5 deadline.

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GM May Not Have Much To Show At SEMA This Year

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