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Project Woody: To SEMA or Bust


Spoiler alert: if you’ve lurked anywhere near booth #11139 or seen our social story, you already know that we not only made it to SEMA but did it in style.  But it wasn’t always like this.

For those of you who follow our blog, you already know that there has been quite a lot of work poured into our Rover turned Woody project.  Hours of painstaking love were poured into that car.  Hours we believe, that were beyond worthwhile.

Over the past weeks we’ve given you a few snippets about how the project became a reality.  For those who would like to go back and see just how far it’s come, I invite you to take the time machines below to fast track to each part of our Fairy Tale Auto Ambitious Project Rover:

Part one

Part two

Part three

Part four

The project was headed up by our fearless leaders Sammy Averbach and Shawn Orr.  


Over the course of several weeks, the Preval team and its extra special magical assistants made the journey to SEMA an adventure for the books.  Several thousands of miles and hours upon hours of hands on work is just part of the reason why it was a success.  Let’s take a peek at that wrap up in video format.


However none of this would have ever been possible if it wasn’t for the real stars: the products behind the magic.


At SEMA and APPEX, the Preval team is proud to announce and showcase not only our infamous Rover to Woody project but the newest member in our Preval family of products: the vFan Gravity.

While using even just one of these products can garner amazing results, the power capable of being unleashed when using all of them is just… phenomenal.

It is so powerful that it is capable of breathing fresh air into most any project.  I mean it turned our rover from this:

to this:

What kind of project will you bring the Preval family along for? Will it be another automotive project or perhaps even a DIY? For whatever the occasion, you can be confident with your choices in Preval options.  From the detailed to the standard, we’ve got all of them covered.  We hope that you have enjoyed our journey to SEMA as much as we have.  Please let us know what you think in person, on a comment here, or on one of our social channels.  

And if this wasn’t enough to get you excited, we highly encourage you to stay tuned so that we can bring you even more information on projects and things you are capable of breathing new life to.  We even have one more in depth look at the Project Woody car to show you.  You’re not going to want to miss it.

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