WCC Camo Camaro Fetches $333K for the Troops

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West Coast Customs has hooked-up a military-themed Camaro Convertible for charity.

Operation Mend, the charity to benefit U.S. military personnel wounded during their service in Iraq and Afghanistan, has just received a huge influx of cash thanks to Mecum's auction in Dallas, Texas. The auction house just sold this 2010 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible tuned by West Coast Customs for a huge sum of $333,000. The camouflaged Camaro features a redesigned front lip and custom side skirts with integrated air intakes amongst other features. It sits on a set of huge chromed-out rims.

Operation Mend is a charity that was formed in collaboration by the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, the Brooke Army Medical Center and the VA-Greater LA Healthcare System. Proceeds of the sale will help fund medical expenses for returning U.S. troops.

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