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.

Inside Line has a couple of teaser shots of the car, which sounds a lot like a Speedster variant of Baldwin-Motion's Phase III Camaro (the current SS-427 Speedster model is pictured above), complete with the Phase III's standard 540 cu.in. big-block and its optional Kinsler fuel-injection. With 600 hp of motivation and full independent suspension, you can expect performance to be, um, adequate. We're guessing the price to be at least the equal of the Phase III's $189,000.

Nothing official for the SuperSpeedster on Baldwin-Motion's website yet, but the full specs for the current SS-427 and Phase III models will give you a good idea of what to expect.

[Source: Inside Line]

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