Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Detroit AutoRama News: Pfaff Designs Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Announcing the Pfaff Designs 10th Anniversary Celebration Presented by Flowmaster

Noted hot rod and concept car designer Murray Pfaff is excited to announce that his firm, Pfaff Designs, celebrates its tenth anniversary this year. To salute the occasion, Murray and friends are throwing a little party: the Pfaff Designs 10th Anniversary Celebration Presented by Flowmaster, to be held at the 2013 Detroit Autorama this coming March 8-10.

Murray’s career got an early boost when he designed the G-Force Pontiac GTO for Hot Rod Magazine. From a whole field of leading rod stylists, readers voted his design their favorite and the car was featured on the Hot Rod Power Tour. Since then Murray has gone on to design many top rods in the industry, including concepts for the King himself, Richard Petty. And then there’s Murray’s own famed creation, the fabulous Imperial Speedster, which has been featured in major publications and car shows across the country.

Detroit Autorama veterans, Murray and Pfaff Designs will have a very special exhibit on the floor at Cobo Center this year, thanks to presenting sponsor Flowmaster, the Exhaust Technology Company. Vehicles from the Pfaff Design family confirmed for the one-of-a-kind display include: Boost, Randy Weaver’s 1950 Chevrolet Speedster; the twin turbo Full Force Trans Am from Schwartz Performance; and Mayhem, the Optima Challenge-winning ‘67 Camaro prepped and raced by Pro Touring guru Mark Stielow.

Along with presenting sponsor Flowmaster, event partners include Pilot Transport, Painless Performance, Optima Batteries, National Parts Depot, AirLift Performance, PPG, and Nitto Tires. Murray plans to catch up with all his old friends at the Autorama and hopefully, meet many more new ones. “In these past ten years, we’ve done over 300 designs and counting,” he says. “All along the way I have met great people who embody the hot rodding spirit and truly make my work a dream job.”

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