Interested in putting your company name on the most infamous 2010 Camaro to grace the web? Bill Rombauts and Dave Sherer, the masterminds behind the “Patina Camaro,” are looking for sponsors to help offset the costs of this year’s 2011 Hot Rod Power Tour. Just in case you have been living under a rock or forgot to pay your ISP bill, Sherer and Rombauts spent over $100,000 building the Camaro and then intentionally added 30-years of neglect in just one week. After spending time and money building the 485 cubic inch engine topped with a Kenne Bell supercharger, installing coilovers on all four corners and much more, the guys decided that needed to do something to make this car stand out from the crowd, and the answer was rust.
With the rabid trend toward building rat rods, the guys applied the “patina” concept to Rombauts’ Camaro. Once we saw the pictures these guys sent us, we knew this car would dominate web searches for “2010 Camaro,” and now you have a chance to catch the publicity train before it leaves the station.
For those interested in promoting their company along with helping the Sherer and Rombauts offset the costs of running the long haul, Sherer can be contacted at [email protected]. Sherer and Rombauts are willing to cover up some of their “unrestoration” work with stickers from any company interested in sponsoring the car. Sherer plans to park the Camaro in the vendor area during the stops where it will surely attract quite a crowd.