“The SuperCoupe is an eye-popping, high-velocity, air-conditioned two-seat road warrior that delivers racetrack levels of performance,” says Joel ‘Mr. Motion’ Rosen.
The SuperCoupe taps into the heritage, horsepower, and high-energy of the original 1967-1969 Baldwin-Motion big-block SS & Phase III Camaros. It also showcases highly sophisticated styling, modern technology and a proprietary powertrain, tubular chassis and four-wheel independent suspension.
“Motion LLC CEO Larry Jaworske and I put together the ‘best of the best’ to ensure that the Baldwin-Motion ’69 Camaro SuperCoupe respects the brand’s original heritage and integrity,” said Joel Rosen. “It has no peers, on the road or the show floor, here or abroad,” added Joel Ehrenpreis, Motion LLC president.
The two-seat SuperCoupe’s engine layout is front/mid, with the aluminum big-block set back 13 inches on the custom 2x3-inch steel tubular chassis. The proprietary chassis features a tubular steel backbone that runs through the console and is welded solid to the body, resulting in an incredibly rigid platform. Unique four-wheel-independent suspension features polished unequal-length control arms with toe-in control links, fully adjustable coil-over shocks, and sway bars. Steering is variable-assist rack and pinion. Motion-branded Baer Extreme-Plus disc brakes with six-piston Sport calipers and two-piece 14-inch cross-drilled and slotted rotors are used at all four corners. Joel Rosen, left, and Larry Jaworske assemble the SuperCoupe's front suspension, right.
The SuperCoupe debuted at the 2005 SEMA Show where it won the coveted GM Design Award. It has received the most media coverage of any custom-built '69 Camaro ever!
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