Chevrolet has the record for the most manufacturer’s titles won in the Trans-Am racing series, and the Camaro has won more than any other model in the history of the race.  This car was originally driven by Jack Baldwin in that series, and he was the first driver to complete every lap in a season.  The Camaro has a custom-built tube-frame chassis by Riley & Scott, with fiberglass panels replicating the look of a production car on every surface except the roof and windshield, which according to Trans-Am rules had to be the parts from the street car.  The powerplant is a 570 horsepower, 310 cubic-inch Chevy V-8.

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