SEMA eNews Vol. 15, No. 40, October 4, 2012

Nine Cars From Nine Countries Featured Near Meguiar’s "Car Crazy" Stage

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This ’63 Citroën 2CV from France will be on display beside the Car Crazy TV stage at the 2012 SEMA Show.
   
Coming off of the success of last year’s "Car Crazy" International Vehicle Showcase, Meguiar’s will once again advocate pride among car enthusiasts by displaying nine show cars from around the world at the 2012 SEMA Show, October 30–November 2, in Las Vegas.

Meguiar’s, producer of "Car Crazy TV" and Meguiar’s Car Wax, has been actively building and supporting the car hobby all over the world for more than 40 years. Out of thousands of car shows held in more than 90 countries, nine show cars from nine different countries were chosen as winners by the citizens of their respective regions to represent the car hobby from that area. Each owner accepted the invitation by Meguiar’s to bring their vehicle and share their passion with the global car fraternity that gathers every year at the SEMA Show.

These cars will be transported from across the globe by Schumacher Cargo and Logistics, and will be on display outside the convention hall beside the SEMA "Car Crazy TV" stage. Throughout the four days of the Show, the owners will be a major attraction along with their cars, providing insight into the car hobby in their respective countries.  

The cars to be featured and on display include:
  • ’56 Chevrolet 3100 pickup (Canada)
  • ’12 Changhe Suzuki Landy (China)
  • ’65 Chevrolet Corvette (Colombia)
  • ’63 Citroën 2CV (France)
  • ’08 Opel Corsa D OPC 1.6 Turbo (Germany)
  • ’00 Lexus LS 430 (Korea)
  • ’64 Ford Coupe Club (Mexico)
  • ’55 Chevrolet Bel Air Coupe (Sweden)
  • ’08 Range Rover Sport HSE (Trinidad and Tobago)
The "Car Crazy" International Showcase helps build bridges between car enthusiasts from vastly different places and cultures. “We are so thankful to SEMA for providing this platform that allows everyone at SEMA to have direct contact with passionate car guys and extraordinary cars from around the world,” said Meguiar’s President Barry Meguiar.

Before making their way to the SEMA Show, the cars will stop at the Marconi Automotive Museum in Tustin, California, and be showcased for a limited time to museum visitors during the month of October, including a special open house event Saturday, October 20. Visit www.marconimuseum.org for more information.
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