ITW Evercoat, the industry leader in professional collision repair chemicals, is pleased to announce they have joined forces with Richard Rawlings and the team at Gas Monkey Garage to create a one-of-a-kind custom motorcycle. Named the “Rage Motorcycle”, Gas Monkey Garage has incorporated high-performing Evercoat products as well as never-before-seen features into the final design. The motorcycle will be unveiled on November 1, 2016 at the SEMA Show in the Evercoat booth #11073 at 9:30 AM. The unveiling can also be viewed live on the Evercoat Facebook page located at www.facebook.com/itwevercoat. The motorcycle will be given away to a body shop owner or employee through a national sweepstakes that begins on November 1, 2016 and ends on June 30, 2017.
“Gas Monkey Garage uses Evercoat products every day with our automotive transformations,” said Richard Rawlings, motor mastermind and owner of Gas Monkey Garage. “Because of this, we are excited to work with Evercoat to create a custom motorcycle for one of their customers.”
“The passion that Gas Monkey Garage has for creating automotive masterpieces is contagious!” said Erin Faessler, Evercoat Global Director of Marketing. “We are thrilled to be fortunate enough to be able to give the motorcycle away to a lucky body shop owner or employee through our sweepstakes.”
Visit www.evercoat.com/motorcycle for information on the Rage Motorcycle Sweepstakes.
ABOUT ITW EVERCOAT
ITW Evercoat is a division of Illinois Tool Works Inc. (NYSE: ITW). For over 60 years, Evercoat has built a reputation of creating innovative automotive refinishing products that produce exceptional results for our customers and has made them the #1 brand of body filler and putty in the industry. No matter the repair challenge…Evercoat offers the right product. Evercoat, Innovative Repair Solutions That Perform™. For more information visit www.evercoat.com and follow on Facebook located at www.facebook.com/itwevercoat
ABOUT GAS MONKEY GARAGE
Gas Monkey Garage is an automotive restoration shop in Dallas, TX. Owner, Richard Rawlings, and master mechanic Aaron Kaufman, find abandoned classic cars dating back to the 1920s and bring them back to life and back on the road. For more information, visit www.gasmonkeygarage.com and follow @GasMonkeyGarage on Twitter.