BASF to showcase “Ultimate 1967″ Camaro at SEMA

Orlando, Florida — October 21, 2013 — BASF has announced it will showcase the “Ultimate 67” Camaro at this year’s SEMA event, taking place November 5 to 8 in Las Vegas. The “Ultimate 67” will be on display at BASF’s booth, #21441. 

The “Ultimate 67” Camaro is a blend of the classic muscle car with a modern street machine. The vehicle was treated to a host of body modifications, including hand fabricated, widened rear fenders, sectioned and recessed bumpers, a new front valance and splitter below the custom grill, new lower rockers that blend the original body lines with the widened rear fenders and also house the exhaust outlets for the custom Borla exhaust. The work was done by Ultimate Auto in Orlando, Fla. Ultimate Auto team member Zee Siddiqi did the design and build. 
All of this body work is topped off with R-M Onyx HD Carizzma Waterborne Guinn “Ruthless Red” paint by BASF. The interior is a melding of 2013 Camaro parts and custom fabricated pieces that mimic the look of the 2013 but are designed and built to fit the 67 interior panels.A complete JL Audio sound system is integrated into the modern interior. 
For performance and reliability, a supercharged GM Performance LS9 was dropped in with a Tremec T-56 transmission. The custom Vellano VKS wheels measure 20 by 9 inches and 21 by 13 inches respectively and are wrapped with Pirelli’s 265/30-20 and 355/25-21 P-Zero ultra-high performance tires.
BASF will display the “Ultimate 67” Camaro at its booth at SEMA.   
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