BASF Automotive Refinish Solutions will unveil restyled vehicles, host autograph sessions and prize drawings and display the latest in custom color technology at booth 21455 at the 2012 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show, Oct. 30 to Nov. 2 in Las Vegas.
During the show, BASF, will display vehicles featuring its Glasurit and R-M waterborne paint systems.
Experts from BASF will be on hand to discuss the latest in waterborne and color technology, collision repair services and tools and the best color matching tools in the industry.
Chip Foose, nationally known television personality, automotive designer and owner of Foose Design, will be on hand during the press conference to unveil the 1948 Cadillac Eldorado “Eldorod” that he has restyled and painted with a custom blended Deep Blue from BASF’s Glasurit 90-Line waterborne system.
During the press conference, BASF will also host the unveiling of the “Grinch,” a 1970 Chevy Camaro restyled by the Ringbrothers and painted in Custom Green from the Glasurit 90-Line. Mike and Jim Ring from Ringbrothers were on hand for the unveiling.
BASF is also featuring two additional must-see vehicles at its SEMA booth. The 2012 Ridler Award Winning 1955 Ford Thunderbird designed by Jonathon Peace and built by Torq’d Design Lab and Greening Auto Company will be on display. The Thunderbird, which is owned by Dwayne Peace, is painted in Glasurit 90-Line Brilliant Red. Also being exhibited is the “Kardiac 500,” a 1967 Shelby Mustang GT 500 that was a Great 8 finalist at this year’s Detroit Autorama. Built by JF Kustoms and owned by Gordon Phillips, the Kardiac 500 is painted in a R-M Onyx HD Custom Mocha.