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Oct. 12, 2012 —, an online automotive marketplace, announced it will debut a rebuilt website at the 2012 SEMA Show in Las Vegas.

“We’re really excited to be a part of the 2012 SEMA Show,” Pat Wood, director of operations for Ahwooga, said in a company release_notes. “We’ve been to SEMA before, but this year we’re bringing something that’ll knock everyone's socks off.”

The company said the driving force behind Ahwooga’s rebuild was understanding what its users wanted in an automotive marketplace: the ability to buy and sell new and aftermarket automotive parts without bidding and high seller fees.

Some of the site’s new features include a new look, easy-to-use buyer and seller platform, bulk upload and bulk edit capabilities and no listing fees. Ahwooga also added an automotive blog and updated their social media capabilities to help buyers and sellers connect.

“Ahwooga is more than an automotive marketplace,” Joe Chirco, founder of Ahwooga said in the statement. “When people think automotive parts or what’s going on in the automotive industry, we want them to think Ahwooga.”

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