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Baldwin-Motion 1969 SS-427 Camaro

Baldwin-Motion 1969 SS-427 Camaro

With the resurgence of Hemi-powered Chargers and retro-styled Mustangs and Camaros, why not step it up a notch and actually get one of the muscle cars these new rides aspire to be. The Baldwin-Motion 1969 SS-427 Camaro (starting at $169,000) are faithful recreations of high-performance Chevys of the past. Custom built to order, these bad-asses start with "donor" original 1969 models, complete with original VIN numbers, 450 hp, and modern comforts such as air conditioning and modern steering and braking systems. Still not enough power for you? Add a supercharged or twin-turbo big-block to crank the power up to between 650-1000+ horses. Truly a classic reborn — but hurry, they're only making 12.

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