The two 2012 SEMA Cares Ford Trucks

Chip Foose and SEMA Cares build a pair of Ford trucks for 2012

The SEMA Cares charity group and well known custom car designer Chip Foose have teamed up each of the past three years to design a truly unique muscle car in a WD40 paint scheme and while the team got together again for the 2012 SEMA Show – this year the charity build features two unique Ford pickups.

The SEMA Cares group of manufacturers has once again worked with Chip Foose for the 2012 SEMA Show in Las Vegas but unlike past years where the group has devoted all of their time to a single muscle car; 2012 will bring us two customized Ford pickups sporting the WD40 yellow and blue. The two trucks debuting next week are a 1953 Ford F100 and a 2012 Ford F350 Super Duty – both of which sport a Chip Foose design with help from all of the companies in the SEMA Cares group.

“This year, we’re upping the ante and building two vehicles – one that pays tribute to WD-40 Company’s history and one that celebrates some of its newer specialty products that help auto pros like me get the job done right,” said Foose. “With the help of some great aftermarket partners and a lot of WD-40 brand products, we’ll be able to build two vehicles that honor those who work hard every day.”


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