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 |  Oct 13 2010, 1:37 PM

aLL STaR Performance dropped us a quick note to reveal their fully rendered Chevy Camaro that is set to debut in just a few more weeks at the 2010 SEMA Show. We’ve been teased with a rendering of the Camaro under wraps, but now we’ve got the full, clear picture of their project. It looks like Gene Marcel will be taking a more clean and conservative route with the vehicle, accenting the Camaro’s natural lines rather than transforming them.

Marcel’s Camaro will sport a nice clean blue paint job courtesy of Dupont while a set of Forgestar wheels wrapped with Falken Tires help set off the exterior. Air Lift Suspension definitely gives the Camaro the mean profile it needs to intimidate, and it’s obvious there will be a massive front mount intercooler to go with that Lysholm Supercharger. All in all, just a cleanly built Camaro showcasing some real American muscle.

Also of note, GM has launched a voting contest up on their Facebook page, where the winning Chevrolet Camaro and Chevrolet Silverado HD will get their day in the spotlight at the 2010 SEMA Show. So help pick the winner by voting for your favorite Camaro and Silverado HD render.