Hurst Performance has offered a bunch of muscle car modifications in the recent years including the 50th Anniversary Hurst/Viper Serial #1, the Hurst/Hemi Dodge Challenger, the 2010 Hurst Mustang Convertible Pace Car and more recently the Redline Series Hurst Camaro V6.
The American tuning company is now giving enthusiasts a chance to get involved in the creation of their own special edition vehicle in the new Hurst Garage. The Hurst Garage is located in Irvine, California and lets owners bring their latest-generation Mustangs, Camaros and Challengers to be personally customized. Owners even get a dash-mounted plaque and a certificate of authenticity. The VIN is also stored in the Hurst archives so “the pedigree of the vehicle can be traced for future owners and collectors.”
If you don’t own a Camaro, Mustang or Challenger – tough – you’ll have to wait a while until other vehicles are welcomed in the near future.
“Hurst Garage will allow current owners…to bring their cars to the Hurst facility and have them customized to their taste, with any of our Hurst products,” said Nate Shelton, president and chairman of Hurst Performance Vehicles.
- By: Stephen Calogera
Source: Hurst (via MotorTrend)