SEMA Build: Seibon Carbon in Toyota’s Racing Dream Build Challenge

Toyota’s #1 selling sedan gets a makeover for the 2013 SEMA show!
Kyle Busch Motorsports and star driver Parker Kligerman team up with last year’s winner of the Dream Build Challenge, Detroit Speed, Inc., to transform Toyota’s Camry to a rally mean machine capable of handling everything from tarmac to dirt (sometimes even mud and snow).

Detroit Speed’s CamRally build for Toyota’s Racing Dream Build Challenge. Photo credit: Detroit Speed.

Detroit Speed’s CamRally build for Toyota’s Racing Dream Build Challenge. Photo credit: Detroit Speed.

Last year Detroit Speed’s “Rowdy” Camry won top honors in the 2012 Toyota Racing Dream Build Challenge (and a $50,000 dollar donation to the Kyle Busch Foundation) so they know what it takes to win the challenge once again.

Detroit Speed’s CamRally build runs a Seibon Carbon STI-style rear spoiler for Toyota’s Racing Dream Build Challenge. Photo credit: Detroit Speed.

Detroit Speed’s CamRally build runs a Seibon Carbon STI-style rear spoiler for Toyota’s Racing Dream Build Challenge. Photo credit: Detroit Speed.

Detroit Speed’s CamRally build runs a Seibon Carbon STI-style rear spoiler for Toyota’s Racing Dream Build Challenge. Photo credit: Detroit Speed.

Detroit Speed’s CamRally build runs a Seibon Carbon STI-style rear spoiler for Toyota’s Racing Dream Build Challenge. Photo credit: Detroit Speed.

The CamRally is a fully functional Road Rally Camry designed around the old Ivan Stewart Toyota Off-Road Racing paint scheme. Those design queues are clearly evident in the bright in your face yellow, orange, and red stripes that adorn the Camry. The CamRally has also been fitted with a hand-fabricated custom body kit, a custom built roof spoiler, a Seibon Carbon STI-style rear spoiler, custom painted wheels, huge 6 piston brakes and many other subtle modifications.

Detroit Speed’s CamRally build for Toyota’s Racing Dream Build Challenge. Photo credit: Detroit Speed.

Detroit Speed’s CamRally build for Toyota’s Racing Dream Build Challenge. Photo credit: Detroit Speed.

Voting for Toyota Racing Dream Build Challenge is taking place from now until November 4th. The winner will be announced live at SEMA on November 5th.

To learn more about this build and to submit your vote, visit Toyota’s Dream Build page here: http://www.toyota.com/dreambuilds/.

YouTube video with a closer look at the Camry:

Detroit Speed Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/detroitspeedinc

More Seibon Carbon products: http://seiboncarbon.com/

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