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NAPA/Martin Senour Unveils Custom 1966 Mustang at SEMA Show


The Martin Senour Company unveiled a custom-built and custom- painted 1966 Mustang featuring the Martin Senour Pro//Base Automotive Refinish System and restored by Chris Carlson Hot Rods (Mulvane, Kan.) at the 2014 SEMA Show.

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The unveiling/press conference of the Mustang custom coupe named “Good Karma” displayed a paint job featuring a custom Martin Senour color “Velvet Red” (based off the new Rod & Restoration Color Deck, color code: PCRS36).

“We were very excited to partner with Chris Carlson Hot Rods during the custom development of this truly magnificent Mustang,” said Brandon Devis, Martin Senour director of sales. “The attention to detail and Velvet Red color is beyond stunning. It is truly a testament to a vehicle that has become an American icon, particularly as it celebrates the 50th anniversary of its launch this year.”


Chris Carlson Hot Rods practically did a complete custom makeover on the traditional ’66 Mustang. “One of my biggest things is that I’m a true custom guy. Normally a Mustang renovation is not a ‘real custom’ project to us. So in this case, we wanted to do a full-body system without losing the nice Mustang look,” said Carlson.

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