Wednesday, November 4, 2009

New Camaro Gets Makeover For Charity. Nocita and Son Haul Precious Cargo to SEMA Las Vegas.

If you're around long enough you get to do some pretty cool stuff. About a week ago Alan and AJ Nocita got to do some pretty cool stuff...if you're into cars, that is. Thanks to the trusting souls at Street Scene Equipment and Mike Spagnola, the father and son team transported the newly made over 2010 Chevrolet Camaro to Las Vegas for the 2009 SEMA show. WD-40 and several other companies partnered in the Camaro project which will be auctioned off at Barrett-Jackson with all the proceeds of the sale going to charity. Check out the link below for some additional information regarding the Camaro and all who participated.

We want to congratulate Mr. Spagnola and Street Scene Equipment for not only doing a beautiful job with regards to the Camaro, but for also winning The Ford Design Award for one of their customized Mustangs. This was the 8th consecutive year that they've won this award! Congratulations!

(....For the record, we don't think it needs more stickers! Looks pretty cool to us!)

Just out of the trailer...the 2010 WD-40/SEMA
Cares Camaro sees the morning light in Las Vegas.

The stance of the SS will be lowered once in
the showroom.

AJ's a pair...AJ Nocita (l) and AJ Spagnola. They
were both lookin' for the keys....

This Camaro was also set up for tailgating in a
big way.

See what I mean? If you don't want to go in and
watch the game live you can watch it on tv!

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