PPG Finished Vehicles Take SEMA Top Honours

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At this year’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas (October 30-November 2), PPG finished vehicles took 11 awards.

These included the highly prestigious Battle of the Builders competition award for “Tux”—a 1969 Chevy Camaro built by Kyle Tucker and the team at Detroit Speed; plus the Mothers Shine award, for Nickleback—a 1967 Camaro built by Eddie Denkenberger and the team at Superior Auto Works.

Additionally, several PPG finished vehicles also received Ford and Chevy Design Awards.

“We are very proud of these incredibly talented painters and builders,” said Cristina Fronzaglia-Murray, PPG Director, Customer Communications & Service, Automotive Refinish.

“Every year, they astound us with what they can create with our PPG Refinish Products. They continue to raise the bar for the highest quality craftsmanship and inspiration. Their efforts with our products continue to dazzle this SEMA crowd as they win award after award for their work. We at PPG congratulate them.”

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