Members of the BASF Automotive Refinish team accepting the top custom car award with Chip Foose.  From left to right: Justin Griffin, BASF Sales Development Intern; Marcus Grant, BASF Sales Development Intern; Steve Shemanski, BASF Customer Care Representative; Chip Foose; Tina Nelles, BASF Marketing Services Manager and Kate Kalahar, BASF Customer Care Representative

Detroit, Michigan -- August 7, 2015 -- Chip Foose of Foose Design won the Top Custom Car Award from the Automotive Service Association (ASA) at the recent NACE show in Detroit for his restyled 1965 Chevy Impala “Impostor.”

Impostor features a custom paint from BASF’s Glasurit 90-Line in Impostor Pearl Dark and Impostor Pearl Light. This vehicle also won the 2015 Ridler Award at the Detroit Autorama in March. The Ridler is one of the custom car industry’s most prestigious awards.

The award was presented to Foose and members of the BASF Automotive Refinish team at the recent 2015 National Autobody Congress and Exposition (NACE/CARS) in Detroit.

NACE/CARS is one of the largest North American conferences dedicated to the collision and service repair industry. For more information on the BASF Glasurit paint system and Chip Foose, visit

You can check out "Impostor" in the video below. 



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