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ASC Creative Services Transforms 2010 Camaro into Trans-Am


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With the grim reaper paying a visit to Pontiac last week, fans of the Trans-Am have come to the harsh realization there will be no factory twin to the 2010 Chevrolet Camaro coming any time in the future.  I hate to use the cliche when one door closes another one opens but in this case it's true.  Enter ASC Creative Services who released renderings of how they can transform your 2010 Chevrolet Camaro into a Pontiac Style Trans-Am.  The ASC Trans-Am includes body enhancements like a reworked front fascia, grille, side skirts, fender vents, duck-tail spoiler, custom side mirrors, all-new hood, new rear lights and a firebird logo at the rear.  No performance modifications were mentioned.  ASC has said they don't have plans to mass produce these vehicles but if you have the cash and a 2010 Camaro they will build you a Trans-Am.

ASC Creative services is a rather unknown design company but they have been apart of some big projects including building all 547 Buick Grand Nationals back in the day.  They are also responsible for the exterior design of the Saleen S5S Raptor supercar, the Trailblazer, Malibu and HHR SS vehicles along with the iconic 1993 SVT Mustang Cobra.

Check out ASCglobal.com for more.

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  1. Jesues !! I want his car !!!! Build it !!!!!!!1
     
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