Smash-hit television star David Ankin talks "ToyMakerz shares with Vegas Scene Magazine his latest project the 3,000 horsepower "Street Digger. Read More

Smash-hit television star David Ankin talks "ToyMakerz," his brand new web series, and a never-ending need for speed at world's premier automotive specialty products trade event.

Former Hollywood stuntman-turned-television-star David Ankin  talks ToyMakerz, signs autographs, and unveils his custom-built 3,000 horsepower "Street Digger" dragster, and share exciting news about his new upcoming web series, The Fast Society, at the SEMA Show -November 5th-8th, 2019 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Debuting its fourth season this Spring on The History Channel and FYI, ToyMakerz follows the one-of-a-kind builds and mind-blowing designs of master "ToyMaker" David Ankin and his custom vehicle fabrication shop in Reidsville, North Carolina. This November, meet America's favorite fabricator and join more than 70,000 guests eager to experience the hottest new automotive specialty products.

 "The SEMA Show is like Disneyland for us motorheads," shares Ankin, "We're bringing our best to fans and folks who share our passion for these incredible project builds - and, of course, our need for speed." With 12 separate display stages and a New Products Showcase featuring upwards of 3,000 of the latest automotive innovations, the SEMA Show is the year's biggest opportunity to network, experience "wow-worthy" product demonstrations, and find "the brightest minds and hottest products" all in one place.


ToyMakerz is a company that makes toys for adults, built for fun and speed. Some of their creations can be seen on the ToyMakerz hit television show focusing on the life and creations of Dave Ankin, a former celebrity stuntman who now makes toys for big boys. The company is co-owned by David Ankin and his business partner, David Young, and they create one-of-a-kind custom racing creations that Ankin visualizes and builds. Now in its third season, "ToyMakerz" airs Saturdays at 9am/8am Central on The History Channel and Sundays at 10pm on FYI. For more information, visit