Photo: Vic Beasley's custom Clemson Camaro

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Former Clemson standout Vic Beasley has established himself as one of the elite pass rushers in the NFL with his impressive 2016 season with the Atlanta Falcons.

However, his custom Clemson 2012 Camaro might be just as impressive to Clemson faithful.

"When the 2012 Camaro came in to us, it was pretty bad shape body-wise," Eddie Black's restoration told The Colorbond Blog. "There were no major parts replaced with the exception of the convertible top at a cost of $2000 plus the cost of ColorBond dye. The interior was done with ColorBond dye at a cost of $280. Cost for 24" Forgiato Wheels, paint and tires was about $10,000. From start to finish, a conservative estimate is 350 man hours to complete the project."

Congratulations to Beasley on playing impressively in the NFL and showing that he is still ALL-IN with his one-of-a-kind Clemson-themed Camaro.

Click here for all the interior and exterior photos of Vic's car

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