The company builds its cars using original 1969 Camaros with, um, extensive modifications. Both big-block-powered cars can be ordered with your choice of horsepower options, including supercharged or twin-turbo versions rated up to 1,000 horsepower. [More after the jump!]
Only 12 cars will be built, priced from $169,000. (What the heck, it's cheaper than shopping for a muscle car at Barrett-Jackson.)
If there's anyone who should understand big-block GM power, it's Baldwin-Motion. From 1967 to 1974, the partnership between the Baldwin Chevrolet dealership and Joel Rosen's Motion Performance cranked out some of the hottest Chevys on the planet. The Phase III big-block street cars came with a guarantee that the car would turn at least an 11.5 second quarter-mile at 120 mph. Today's incarnation of Baldwin-Motion is Motion, LLC, located in Sarasota, Florida.
[Sources: Inside Line, Baldwin-Motion]