|Ernest Feist (left) placed the winning bid for the third production model 2010 Hurst Camaro. Feist is flanked by his son, Ernie Jr., Linda Vaughn, SEMA Chair-Elect Scooter Brothers, and SEMA Vice President of Councils and Membership Nathan Ridnouer.|
SEMA, Chevrolet, eBay and Hurst Performance Vehicles teamed up to auction a pre-production 2010 Hurst Camaro at the SEMA Show. Serial #3, the first Hurst/Camaro offered to the public, was won by Ernest Feist for a winning bid of $61,900 and joins a 1979 Trans-Am in his automotive stable.
Featuring choice items, including Hurst/Magnaflow exhaust, Hurst/Eibach suspension, T-2 20-inch forged wheels, a Billet/Plus short throw shifter and a red anodized HARD-DRIVE billet pistol-grip shift handle, the Camaro puts down 445 hp from its V8 mill.
Signatures from luminaries such as Doc Watson, Linda Vaughn and Hurst executives, and a personalized “SEMA Special” interior identification badge attest to the rarity of this special vehicle.
Proceeds from the sale benefit the SEMA Memorial Scholarship Fund, a program that fosters industry leadership by supporting the education of students pursuing careers in the automotive aftermarket.