The first Baldwin-Motion big-block 1969 Camaro to roll off the line has been delivered to its owner, David Flynn, who owns a Chevy dealership in Ohio. The #01 Camaro was a red Phase III model like the one above and cost Flynn $250,000. For that kind of money one gets a 700-horsepower, 565-cubic inch Motion big block with a five-speed, a Motion independent rear suspension, eight-piston front and three-piston rear disc brakes, rack-and-pinion steering and much more in the way of luxury accoutrements.

Only 12 Baldwin-Motion Camaros are planned to be built and two more are already under construction. Additional donor cars are being sought out to fill the rest of the muscle car's revival run.

[Source: Sports Car Market]

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