Two Michigan Companies Join Forces for SEMA 2010 with Custom Camaro - BodyShop Business

Two Michigan Companies Join Forces for SEMA 2010 with Custom Camaro

Matrix System Automotive Finishes, automotive aftermarket paint manufacturer, and Classic Design Concepts (CDC), designer and manufacturer of aftermarket restyling components, have teamed up as Michigan-made companies to feature the limited edition Firebreather Camaro at SEMA 2010, Nov. 2-5, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

The Firebreather, based off the 2010/11 Chevrolet 2SS Camaro, will be displayed on the main floor in the North Hall inside the Matrix System booth #10503. This vehicle was custom painted with Matrix System’s Premium Basecoat while featuring 130 custom designed components by CDC.

The Firebreather was designed and built as the Hero Car from the upcoming movie "Jinn." This feature film, by Exxodus Pictures, will come to the big screen spring 2011. Only 50 vehicles will be built for the “Signature Series” package. The limited run of vehicles will each be branded with its own serial number and personalized tattoo. This melding of modern design and classic American muscle is available for purchase from Novi, Mich.-based manufacturer, Classic Design Concepts.

“We are excited and thrilled to have the Firebreather as part of our display this year at SEMA,” said David Brunori, vice president/general manager of Matrix System. “The creativity and extraordinary detail make this Detroit Muscle car a definite show stopper. The Firebreather is a true representation of great teamwork, creativity and the ability to utilize the wonderful products of two Michigan‐made companies.”


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Matrix System Automotive Finishes

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