LAS VEGAs (Nov. 6, 2015) — Transamerican Auto Parts has selected a winner in its inaugural “Life is Better Off-Road” vehicle build competition at the 2015 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show.
The CC Legend Jeep built by Addictive Desert Designs was named as the best presented, truly off-road capable truck, Jeep or SUV on display at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. A panel of experts presented the award at the Pro Comp/Transamerican Auto Parts booth at an event hosted by Rutledge Wood, NBC Motorsports personality and host of History Channel's Top Gear USA.
“The CC Legend Jeep exemplifies what we envisioned when we initially conceived the ‘Life is Better Off-Road Award,'” said Transamerican Auto Parts President and CEO Greg Adler.
“The entries we received set the benchmark in bringing off-road concepts to life with their winning combinations of form and function, well-thought-out design and execution while demonstrating the use of aftermarket parts and their impressive off-road capabilities.”
The Chris Kyle “The Legend” JK was built for the Chris Kyle Frog Foundation to raise funds to benefit soldiers and EMS personnel with PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder). The winning JK will be auctioned off next year for the foundation in an effort to continue to support those in need.