There is no better place to find unique custom cars than at the annual Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas. Among all the cars at the 2011 SEMA Show, one K&N-equipped fifth-generation Camaro especially stood out. But as K&N points out, this car is more than just what’s on the outside.
Owned by Christian Van Lewen, the Camaro SS sports a one-of-a-kind paint job by Charles Armstrong of the Auto Art Studio that features a bright blue background complimented with intricate tribal designs and ghost-like images.
The “Fallen Angels” theme isn’t just limited to the car’s body though. The paint scheme is also carried onto the car’s 22-inch Savini wheels and throughout the custom Katzkin interior. Other defining details on the car include a Lexani black mesh grille, a Reverse Hood Hinge Kit from Revolution and a chrome under hood dressing.
Lewen’s Camaro isn’t just about a nifty paint job, however. The car also sports some performance upgrades like a K&N Typhoon air intake, rear lower control arms and coil plug wires from Granatelli Motorsports, with Kinetik Batteries supplying juice. Setting atop Toyo tires, this Camaro definitely catches your attention.
K&N has always been committed to providing customers the best products for their rides, no matter how custom they are. Lewen knows this since he’s been using K&N products since he was 17. That’s why it’s no surprise that he chose K&N to support this project’s performance.
Congratulations goes out to Lewen for creating a fantastic one-of-a-kind Camaro that was featured at SEMA, as well as K&N for having a part in such a cool custom car.