Vic Beasley's Camaro a Hit at SEMA 2017
Posted on November 22 2017
We were so honored to be able to showcase Vic Beasley’s 2012 Camero at SEMA 2017. It was a huge hit with convention attendees.
We’ve shared the amazing before and after photos of Vic Beasley’s car before. Our friend Eddie Black completely redid the black car in Clemson colors. He gave us background on the project:
"When the 2012 Camaro came in to us, it was pretty bad shape body-wise. There were no major parts replaced with the exception of the convertible top at a cost of $2000 plus the cost of ColorBond dye. The interior was done with ColorBond dye at a cost of $280. Cost for 24" Forgiato Wheels, paint and tires was about $10,000. From start to finish, a conservative estimate is 350 man hours to complete the project."
The final product was so great that we presented Mr. Black with the 2017 CLeo Award (given for expert use of ColorBond products).
We were also happy to give away a Beasley signed football to a very big Clemson fan. The winner, Tammy, is also a huge fan of Beasley himself and was overjoyed at winning.
As a thank you to Mr. Beasley for allowing us to showcase his vehicle, ColorBond made a generous donation to the Vic Beasley 44 Tackle & Sack Challenge, which fights childhood cancers through the Rally Foundation.