In Sunday’s Automobiles section, Ro McGonegal spends time with the latest creation from Baldwin-Motion and delves into the back story of the Brooklyn-born tuner shop, which built customized Chevrolet performance cars from 1967 to 1975.
But the principals, Joel Rosen and Martyn Schorr, didn’t exactly go into hibernation from 1975 to 2010. In fact, in 2005 they built a rather noteworthy 1969 Camaro.
“It was Larry Jaworske’s concept,” Mr. Schorr wrote in an e-mail exchange on Thursday, referencing Motion’s chief executive. “He wanted to do something to relaunch the brand that nobody else was doing with modernized muscle cars.”
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