Making clever use of a classic car that caught fire, State Farm Insurance Company dragged the wreck out of its Vehicle Research Facility to create a memorable marketing and learning tool.
In efforts to make the sometimes exhausting process of insuring and appraising a classic car easier on the consumer, State Farm is providing its field agents with more training on how to properly assess collector and modified cars.
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To do this, the insurance company took the wrecked ’68 Chevy Camaro RS Convertible and built it in two halves. The stock version of the car is on the driver’s side, while on the passenger’s side the model was given a custom, aftermarket makeover.
The two-sided model will be displayed at upcoming auto shows, and is currently shown at the Chicago auto show.
By: Alexandra Koken