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Driving into my first car show with the 1955 Studebaker I’d just finished restoring was the first time I realized being a female in the car world was an anomaly. Unable to find many other “car girls,” I vowed to win them over myself and Grease Girl was born (as well as my writing career). It continues to be my passion project and personal outlet for automotive adventures, garage learnings and other things I deem possibly helpful to other enthusiasts and car beginners alike.
Guiding the telling of the story of Bogi Latiner’s all-female SEMA car build targeted at empowering women and reaching the next generation of female automotive technicians.
Imagined and led by Bogi, this project gathered 90 women to be hands-on participants for building a 1957 Chevy pickup unveiled in BASF’s booth at the 2017 SEMA Show. See more about the project at www.bogisgarage.com.