By Samantha Grillo @_samanthagrillo
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Videographer / Director: Michael Cowan
Producer: Samantha Grillo
Editor: Kyle Waters
The 32-year-old, who works at Excalibur Motors in Joliet, Illinois, has been building custom cars for six years.
Corey got his first vehicle at 17 and since then has owned over ten custom cars - but considers his green Camaro his best build to date.
He believes his car, which features rims twice as big as the standard set, has inspired his hometown of Chicago, USA to join a new car culture.
Corey said: “I actually took a whole city and helped put them on the map for the car game.
I saw all the different customisations that were coming out of Florida. Their cars had big 32-inch rims, amazing paint jobs - so I just fed off that and brought it to my city.”
It took Corey five months to build his impressive motor that is worth an estimated $95,000 (£60,000).
Corey said: “I designed the whole car from top to bottom - the doors, the radio, speakers, interior, paint job, and wheels are all custom.
“I love everything about it - from the paint to how big the rims are - it's amazing to see a Camaro sitting on 32-inch rims.”
His ride causes a stir wherever he goes, and people are curious about the work he put into it.
Corey said: “I get a lot of amazement - people are always asking me questions. Sometimes I just want to ride but I’m constantly getting stopped.”
And Corey’s hard work has been recognised by judges at various car shows.
Corey said: “I won a lot of awards this year - pretty much at every car show I went to.
“I won second place at the Chicago Dub show - it’s an important trophy to me because I’ve been going to that show for years and hadn't won anything before.”