2009 SEMA PROJECT 2010 Camaro

Trent’s Trick Upholstery is excited to reveal to you today our biggest project of the year.  Trent has been working hard preparing for this year’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas (November 2 thru 6).  Out of Trent’s hard work and creativity comes pro touring inspired Project Stunner, a 2010 Chevy Camaro SS.

Tear down began immediately upon taking delivery back in August with plans of designing and producing ground effects and rear wing spoiler.  These items will be made available to the public on www.devilaccessories.com in the very near future.

2010 Camaro Sneak Peak photo

With a fresh coat of paint by BASF (painted by Aaron Lynch of Lynch Concepts), this 2-tone butterscotch and Chevy blue Stunner brings a lot to the table with serious style.  Bonspeed 22” rims with blue hoops enhance the hood.  Pro-touring inspired rear filler panel by Naked Sculpture sets us apart from the rest.  Added amber LED halos for headlights with HID conversion and LED taillights by Lightwurkz bring flair.

Performance enhancements from Vortech supercharger, Doug Thoroughly headers and automatic transmission modifications by Bowler Transmission can be found under the hood along with engine cover embellishments by Trent.  Corsa Exhaust’s straight thru design aids in performance and reduces back pressure, not to mention it sounds good too.

Superior suspension products by Air Lift Company in conjunction with Eibach’s sway bar and Pirelli P-Zero tires lend to extreme requirements of road hugging capabilities.  SSBC 8 piston brakes with crossed drilled and slotted rotors reinforce assured stopping power.

Gripping the heated custom steering wheel, sit back and relax in leather seat skins. These kits and Stylish custom sill plates that outline the door will  also be available at devilaccessories.com in the near future. Powered by Kinetik’s unstoppable high current power cells, get the reaction you crave with Kicker car audio.  Dynamat sound deadner keeps unwanted noise out.

Look below for a visual sneak peak of what’s to come in the world of today’s Camaro.