The Chevy Camaro is a very well known American muscle car not only for having amazing performance for the price, but also from the movie "Transformers." This Maroon Chevy Camaro is fitted with our iJDMTOY LED DRL/Fog Lights kit and you can see how aggressive this makes the car look. If bumblebee from the transformers had these on him, his enemies for sure wouldn’t question how strong he is.
Anyone a diehard fan of that old tv show "Knight Rider" and want to channel some of that quality of that show on your car? Maybe you just really like David Hasselhoff? Or even if you just really like the look of the flashing LED bar, the reason why someone installs this Knight Rider LED strip is not as important as showing it off on your driveway. What’s great about this selection is that practically anyone can install these. They are not vehicle specific, so you don’t have to ever check the compatibility list and be disappointed if you don’t see your car on the list. If you’ve got a rugged American car or a sporty Japanese ricer, it doesn’t matter because they’re all compatible.
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LED halo rings are still crowned the king of all lighting mods and ever since BMW first came out with halo rings on the E39 5-Series, the rest of the world exploded in unison of approval. Whether or not you have a Euro, JDM, or American car, it’s pretty much guaranteed that LED halo rings will make your ride look bomb all day, every day. I can’t think of another mod that is so universally accepted or popular. At SEMA, halo rings were everywhere and we gathered some of our favorites.
Fans of the Chevy Camaro have something to look forward to in the 2016 model, as these spy shots show some pretty impressive hood vents and epic quad exhaust tips that make it a pretty crazy high performance vehicle. The 6th generation Camaro launches in 2015 so buyers don’t have to wait too long for some pretty aggressive models to make their way into the dealership. The styling is still a mystery underneath all of that camo wrap, but buyers can expect shorter overhangs. The V8 and V6 engines will still be under the hood, but General Motors may also have a V6 and 14 for the new 6th generation. Stay tuned, Camaro fans!
Brought to you by http://www.iJDMTOY.com from 2011 Las Vegas SEMA Show Finale Cruise Roll Out.