Kevin Hart's 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner And MLB Veteran Howard Kendrick's 1966 Chevrolet C10 Coming To SEMA

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Meguiar will showcase these two stunning celebrity builds at SEMA 2022.

SEMA, the world's largest aftermarket parts exhibition, is known for attracting some of the coolest automotive creations known to man. These builds take thousands of man-hours and millions of dollars in custom parts to build, but they're not worth much if they don't look spotless. That's where Meguiar's comes in. This car-care company has been making cars look their best for over 120 years, and at this year's SEMA show, the company plans to make a massive splash with two vehicles that represent the best in retro modding and, of course, will be used as a platform to showcase the company's products. This year, Meguiar's will be presenting two celebrity cars: a 1966 Chevrolet C10 for Major League Baseball veteran Howard Kendrick and a 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner for superstar comedian Kevin Hart.

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SEMA has blessed us with some of the coolest cars on the planet, and there have been some nightmarish creations too. Meguiar's plans to showcase two cars that fit both themes. Kevin Hart's 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner, dubbed Michael Myers, takes on a spooky theme just in time for Halloween and is the latest in his collection of rides that includes a Ferrari SF90 Spider and a host of luxury Mercedes-Benz cars. His Roadrunner was built by Dave Salvaggio of Salvaggio Design in collaboration with designer Sean Smith and features a black and orange color scheme. The only original body parts left on this car are the roof, doors, and fenders; the rest are fully custom carbon parts. The exterior also features LED lighting. Inside, the car boasts black leather upholstery with an orange blood splatter pattern, and under the hood, you'll find a 940-horsepower, 7.0-liter supercharged HEMI V8 engine and a Tremec 6060 six-speed manual transmission.

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Kendrick's car is a bit different. His 1966 Chevrolet C10 was inspired by his grandmother, Ruth Woods, and this truck, affectionately named Ruth, has been two years in the making and will make its official debut at the 2022 SEMA show. The car was built by Fat Fender Garage and takes styling inspiration from the Mercedes-Benz G-Class and various Rolls-Royce vehicles. This truck features a purple/royal blue exterior sprinkled with carbon fiber bits and pieces and a set of gunmetal AG Luxury wheels. Under the hood, this truck is powered by a 650-hp, 6.2-liter supercharged LSA engine bolted up to a 6L90 transmission and Currie Ford nine-inch rear-end. Inside, Ruth gets a Hyde leather interior as an ode to Florida, where Kendrick was born and raised

For now, the C10 is only being teased as a virtual render, but both cars will be on display at the Meguiar's booth (#24387) from 1-4 November.


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