Jeff Allen, who you may recognize from CNBC‘s “The Car Chasers”, or the “SkidMarks Show” podcast featured on his website, Flat 12 Gallery, is raffling off a custom-built, 1967 Chevrolet Camaro to raise funds for the Ronald McDonald House Charities Of The Central Valley.
An interesting aspect of this build is that Jeff will incorporate suggestions from fans, planning modifications based on what the car-loving public wants to see on this ’67 Camaro. “Our fans asked for a project car, and that’s what we’re giving them,” says Michael Carlucci, the SkidMarks Show’s producer. “Jeff, his team at Flat 12 Gallery, and all our sponsors are working around the clock to finish this car in time. Having the opportunity to document and interact with the build and our fans along the way has only increased curiosity about the finished product.”
Sponsors have stepped in to supply the parts and materials needed to complete the project, which must be completed in less than 67 days. AkzoNobel is the paint sponsor, and additional sponsors include the likes of Hotchkis Suspension and Black Widow Exhaust, just to name a few.
“When we build this baby back up, it’s going to be one mean machine,” Allen says. “I didn’t want it to just be another good-looking Camaro, I wanted it to be an awesome driver as well. That’s why I teamed up with some of the industry’s biggest names to pull off this build in record time.”
The custom Camaro is set to debut at the 2018 Classic Auto Show, which will take place March 2nd-4th. Pricing for the raffle tickets is as follows:
- $5 for 1
- $10 for 5
- $20 for 15
- $30 for 22
- $50 for 40
- $100 for 100
- $200 for 240
- $500 for 600
You can purchase tickets for the 1967 Camaro raffle here, and in addition to that car, you’ll also have the chance to win a 2018 Callaway Corvette Z06 Carbon 65 Edition or a 1962 Corvette convertible. You can also purchase tickets at the 2018 Classic Auto Show. For more information on the auto show, or to purchase tickets (use promo code LAPR for $10 off!), click here.