• Apr 28, 2010
Tribute 2010 Chevrolet Camaro – Click above for high-res image gallery

On Christmas day, 2007, Constandina Tutten was informed that her husband, Army Sergeant Joseph Tutten had been killed in the line of duty in Iraq. Sgt. Tutten was a squad leader with the 82nd Airborne, and had fallen to an IED while helping to clear Tikrit of insurgents. After hearing Tutten's story, Camaro5 member TheSpyMaster enlisted the help of a few others to help create a tribute 2010 Chevorlet Camaro in honor of anyone who has given their lives in service to this country.

What started as a simple customization with aftermarket wheels and smoked taillight lenses grew into an all-out show car. New scissor doors and a wild body kit helped nab the Camaro top honors at a few local car shows, but that wasn't enough for TheSpyMaster. The guy topped the whole thing off with a complete American-themed vinyl wrap.

While the look won't be for everyone, you have to respect TheSpyMaster's dedication in his efforts to get America's service men and women the respect and honor they deserve. Check out a smattering of images in our gallery below, but be sure to head on over to Camaro5 for the fully monty.



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      • 4 Years Ago
      Over the past 3 years my wife and I have raised over $400,000 for the troops with our car. http://www.fallenheroescar.org
      • 4 Years Ago
      Is there a bad way to say Thanks and pay homage to our brave soldiers? I think not.
      • 4 Years Ago
      That's not honoring them, that's disrespecting them.

      I hate this kind of crap - these guys might have originally had a nice idea, but projects like these are horrible. All they end up being is some big flashy tax write-off.
      • 4 Years Ago
      haha guess this is definitly for the 29 and younger crowd huh.

      i love the look and would keep it as a show car plus drive on special days gotta say i love the back end of it aswell looks so so nice with the body kit
      • 4 Years Ago
      AS A TRUE AMERICAN I THINK AS A FIRST COMMENT THAT SOMEONE SPENT THERE MONEY ON SUPPORTING, AS A RUDE COMMENT YOU SHOULD BE PUT ON THE FRONT LINE TO FIGHT FOR OIL............AND FIND BINLDEN...........sp. true AMERICAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      • 4 Years Ago
      Our fallen servicemen and women are absolutely worthy of tribute, but... I can't say too much good about these "modifications." Sorry.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Would be better to take the money this cost and donate it to veteran's groups that help the families of fallen soldiers and those soldiers who return home to reestablish their lives.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Wow. Let's see Autobloggers put their money where their keyboards are and come up with something they think troops would appreciate more. Until then I don't see too many other auto forums out there going through the effort to create something like this with their own money and time. Say whatever you want about the car but this is class on Camaro5's part all the way.
        • 4 Years Ago
        Volunteer at the USO, it would be a much better use of the time and money.
        • 4 Years Ago
        Please tell me you didn't just use the word 'class' to describe this fugly piece of crap.
      Stacy
      • 4 Years Ago
      puddleduck,

      Thank you so much for your service. My husband wishes he could've finished his job in 1990 then you would'nt have had to go.

      Any tribute to those who serve should be honored. Too many people out there criticize, but, what have you done? I think the recruiting stations are open......maybe that camaro can give you a lift..
      • 4 Years Ago
      Needs some more "obnoxious."
      • 4 Years Ago
      Arthur, All I will say in reply to your idiotic post is SEPTEMBER 11, 2001!!! This NY'er will NEVER forget and neither should any other American. Wake up!
      allaman
      • 4 Years Ago
      While I appreciate their commitment to honoring our fallen troops, to call this the "ultimate tribute," makes me want to wretch.

      "Your husband died. Here, I decorated this pony car with an American Flag theme. That should make things better"
        • 4 Years Ago
        @allaman
        However.. I do applaud the idea and 'red-neck' courage for this!!!
        • 4 Years Ago
        @allaman
        Very well said, Judy!

        As a citizen of USA, I do very much appreciate the services of our armed forces... but NOT THIS.
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