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Baldwin-Motion, long-time keepers of the Camaro flame and winners of the 2005 SEMA show's design award for Best GM Vehicle with their Camaro SuperCoupe, will be displaying a new variation on the '69 Camaro at this year's show - the SuperSpeedster.

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 accoutremen

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