It might look like a matte black paint finish, but it’s actually a rubber coating called Plasti Dip. As any enthusiast will tell you, it’s become all the rage. The typical thing to do is coat the wheels in the stuff, as it comes in multiple colors, goes on quite evenly, is affordable, and looks awesome.
As a bonus, the tough coating acts as armor from road debris and small stones, and is even designed to peel off without damaging the actual paint coat below when done correctly. So just imagine if an entire vehicle’s body was coated in Plasti Dip. It probably would have saved the Chevy Camaro ZL1 we tested from a few pelt marks when we drove it to Hell and back. And that’s exactly what 813 Customs did to this ZL1 pictured above, as found on Camaro5. Ironically, 813 is also the same party behind the now infamous King Camaro.
Let’s just try and forget about that for right now and focus on the following: is 813’s latest Camaro concoction hot? Or not?