The SEMA Show is a pretty big event, and it’s nearly impossible to cover everything we see. But, one vehicle has made an impression, because it’s been built for a great cause.
This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro has been custom built by WD-40, Neil Tjin and instructors from Universal Technical Institute with a great cause in mind.
The car headlined the 50th anniversary of the SEMA Show and was also a product of the SEMA Cares organization. Build partners that donated products for use on the Camaro include Eckler’s, Budnik Wheels, Axalta, Eibach, Falken Tires, Baer Brake Systems, LR Auto Body and Optima Batteries.
So, what’s this beauty going to benefit? All proceeds will go to Childhelp, and organization that provides essential services to abandoned and neglected children. The SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund will also be a beneficiary, which provides scholarships to students entering the automotive field.
Check out a closer look of the WD-40 Camaro right up above. If you’re looking for more SEMA news, check out our five favorite concepts right here.