The Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association represents thousands of automotive aftermarket companies and an industry to pulls in over $20 billion a year. So it only makes sense that they have the sickest car show on the planet. You can’t just show up to SEMA, and if you have floor space, you certainly don’t bring anything but the best car you can build. But what happens to these one-of-a-kind creations after SEMA has come and gone?
Many of them, like this widebody Chevy Camaro SS, go to auction up on eBay or similar car sales sites. So if you’ve ever wanted a custom Camaro, but didn’t want to have to wait for it to be built, here’s your chance to get a ready-built custom car.
It would appear that this car has actually undergone quite a transformation since it first debuted at 2009 SEMA Show. There, it sported a matte paint job, complete with flames and a fiberglass cowl induction hood. It certainly was an attention grabber, though we can see why it might be difficult to sell. So Spade Kreations, who built the car, appear to have toned it down a few notches.
Now we’ve got one quite nice custom blue color, an aftermarket hood scoop that isn’t nearly as daring, and a much more demure look. However, the custom widebody kit is still in one piece, bulking up the Camaro’s already muscular looks. We can dig it, especially considering that there is a supercharged LS3 making 540 horsepower under the hood. Considering all the custom work that went into this 2010 Camaro, we’d say the Buy It Now price of $57,000 is pretty much a steal… though we could do without the Kicker sticker across the windshield. Just sayin’.