Project Vehicles

We call them company cars. Some are built as a project vehicle for GM to be featured at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. All are used for product development, product testing and to showcase at events around the country. This page hosts a brief description of some of those cars, some with links to more information about each car.

2010 Sinister Camaro

Our latest project currently has numerous products in development including our line of Sinister Camaro Products, many of which are available now. Click photo for a photo gallery of our Sinister Camaro Street Appearance Package.

2006 Corvette Z06

The 2006 Corvette Z06 is arguably among the greatest performance vehicles to come out of an American Automotive Assembly Plant and rivals the best the world has to offer.

2006 Chevy Cobalt SS

This 2006 Chevy Cobalt SS was an integral part of our entry into the American Sport Compact market. Featuring the immensely popular Ecotec 2.0L Supercharged motor with an Eaton M62 helical roots-type supercharger, our Chevy Cobalt SS sports our Cobalt XTR Reverse Cowl Hood and numerous performance upgrades.

2004 Pontiac GTO Banshee

At the 2004 SEMA Show in Las Vegas, PFYC featured the 2004 Pontiac GTO Banshee. PFYC's GTO Banshee features a Magna Charger Radix Supercharger System, Eibach Springs & Sway Bars, Wilwood Brakes, Axis Milano Wheels, Toyo Proxes T1-S Performance Tires and PFYC's GTO Banshee Carbon Fiber Ram Air Hood and Rear Spoiler. Custom paint by Vale's Kustom Kolors brings it all to life.

2004 Pontiac Grand Prix Inferno

With the debut of the 9th Generation Grand Prix we thought it only appropriate that we feature a 2004 Grand Prix at the 2003 SEMA Show. As the only company chosen by the Grand Prix Brand Team at Pontiac to build a project car for SEMA, we were proud to present the 2004 Grand Prix Inferno. The result was decribed by some as "American Muscle meets European Sport Sedan."

2003 Corvette Z06

The ultimate daily driver is one that is not only comfortable for commuting but is a very capable track car. Hence our theme "From Rush Hour to Race Track". As one of only 3 companies chosen by the Corvette Brand Team to build a project vehicle for the 2002 SEMA Show, we showed just how far you could go towards the edge of performance while still maintaining drivability and comfort.

2003 Corvette 50th Anniversary Edition Roadster

While mildly modified performance wise, the AE Roadster showcases appearance modifications, focusing on interior comfort and style. While most Corvette owners modify their cars to some extent, the majority of them do not go to the extremes we've gone with our Z06. Our AE Roadster demostrates what many Vette owners might consider to personalize their car to their own style.

2002 Pontiac SD Grand Prix GTP

Our 2001 SEMA Project Vehicle was our "Catalog Car" with a list of modifications obtainable through our online store and easily installed by the average shade tree mechanic. We even used a decal kit for the graphics rather than a custom paint job. The SD Grand Prix later became the featured project car in numerous magazine articles throughout 2002.

2000 Millenium Yellow Corvette Coupe

With our entry into the C5 Corvette aftermarket arena in 2000, the Yellow Camel became an important asset to our company, allowing us to thoroughly test new products as they became available to us. The ability to have first hand experience with products we offer is an integral key to our success and this car allowed us to experience first hand the quality, workmanship and reliability of the products we offer.

1999 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP

While this was the third Grand Prix owned by our company, it is probably the best known and easily the most traveled. Although it has been featured at the SEMA Show, it has also served as a test mule for many products we still carry today.