AkzoNobel, Dave Kindig Develop New Custom Colours

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Automotive artist and TV star Dave Kindig has joined forces with AkzoNobel to jointly develop a new custom colour line of vehicle paints.

Kindig—host of popular cable TV show Bitchin’ Rides—is owner and chief designer of custom fabrication automotive shop Kindig-It Design, where cars are rendered, designed, built and restored into rolling works of art. “I’m thrilled to be working with AkzoNobel on developing this brand new custom colour line,” said Kindig.

“Since I started spraying Sikkens Autowave, my projects have never looked better. It is very exciting to me that I will be able to combine my style and quality and mix it with AkzoNobel’s exciting product line in order to come up with some pretty sick colours.”

Jennifer Solcz, North American Marketing Manager for AkzoNobel Vehicle Refinishes added: “We are proud to join forces with Dave Kindig, a true automotive artist, who is known throughout North America for his exceptional quality, workmanship and style. AkzoNobel is in the business of colour, and we are dedicated to colour innovation through product development and dynamic strategic partnerships.”

The new custom colours will make their debut at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas towards the end of 2017.

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