Last year, a group of people which likes to call itself Heide Performance Products (HPP) presented the Plymouth Superbird, or Daytona concept, an iconic car brought to life by using the chopped-beyond-recognition body of a Dodge Charger.
For 2010, HPP has some more aces up its sleeve. The group will bring to Vegas the Trans-Am concept, a revival of a 1970s Pontiac Trans Am Ram Air III, brought to life with the help of the body of a Chevy Camaro.
Unfortunately, we don't have the details of the project just yet. The concept in question is fresh on Facebook and just about everywhere else, so we'll probably have to wait a little longer to learn some more.
The Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show opens next week in Vegas for all those who, at one level or another, are involved with the automotive industry. Remember, the 2010 event marks the debut on the specialty equipment market of German manufacturer Audi, which promises to bring to the show more than one exciting models.
Not open for the public, the show will most likely spawn countless articles and photo galleries, so stay tuned for more hot cars and, why not, hot girls.