All proceeds will benefit the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund, which helps support the industry by offering financial scholarships to students pursuing a career in the automotive industry who are enrolled in two- and four-year programs, and by offering loan forgiveness awards to individuals employed by SEMA-member companies. Both Scholarship and Loan Forgiveness applications are currently being accepted until March 28, 2014.
This charity engine is made possible through the generous support of eBay motors, and the components from a number of highly respected aftermarket firms are being used for the build. They include: Allstar Performance, ARP, ATI, Callies, Champion, Clevite, Comp Cams, Dart, Diamond, Fel-Pro, Hedman Hedders, Holley, Joe Gibbs Driven, Melling, Meziere, Moroso, MSD, PowerMaster, Total Seal and Trend.
For more information and to own this one-of-a-kind LS Next Block Engine, visit www.SEMAengine.com, or contact SEMA Education Director Zane Clark at 909-978-6743.