Martin Senour has announced that it will unveil a custom 1966 Mustang, as well as offer other exciting activities for automotive enthusiasts and collision repair professionals, at booth 10627 at the SEMA Show.
The company will host:
- A meet-and-greet autograph session with NHRA Superstar driver Ron Capps and fan photo opportunities, taking place Tuesday, Nov. 4 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
- The unveiling/press conference of a 1966 Ford Mustang custom coupe “Good Karma,” restored by Chris Carlson Hot Rods (formerly Chaotic Customs) out of Mulvane, Kan. It features the Pro//BASE refinish system’s custom color “Velvet Red” (based off PCRS36 of the new Martin Senour Rod & Restoration Color Deck).
- A vintage 1964 Chevy Corvette custom convertible nicknamed “Electra!” that was also restored and painted by Chris Carlson Hot Rods. It features the Pro//BASE refinish system custom color “Blue Jean Denim” (based off PCCL24 of the new Martin Senour Rod & Restoration Color Deck).
- A brand-new NAPA/Martin Senour Website, www.martinsenour-autopaint.com. Attendees can learn about new systems to produce faster cycle time, decreasing their environmental footprint, increasing overall profitability, and all the latest in application and tech training.