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A great compilation of video clips from various TV shows highlighting the
wonderful ‘tuner’ cars from the 1966-1978 era. Dealerships such as Yenko
Chevrolet, Fred Gibb Chevrolet, Berger, and of course Baldwin-Motion,
created some of the fastest street cars of the entire Musclecar Era.
Baldwin-Motion Supercars (13 min)
A great segment from ‘My Classic Car’, featuring three Supercars from
Baldwin-Motion; a 1973 Motion 454 Camaro, a 1974 Corvette L-88 (the
last Motion car built), and a rare Motion Spyder 1978 Corvette.
1969 Yenko Camaro (6 min)
‘My Classic Car’ host Dennis Gage goes for a ride in a
beautiful Fathom Green 1969 Yenko Camaro.
Don Yenko Tribute (4 min)
Another one from ‘My Classic Car’, this time it’s a
tribute to Don Yenko showing some of the cars
he created, and a little bit on his personal life.
Chevrolet Supercars (23 min)
From the ‘American Musclecar’ series, this installment focuses on the
Yenko, Baldwin-Motion, and other Supercars from the 1965-1971 era.
Also has a short segment on the then-new 2002 Berger Camaro.
1966 Yenko ‘Stinger’ Corvair (2 min 30 sec)
A great little segment on a 1966 Yenko Stinger Corvair.
1969 Yenko Camaro Collection (6 min)
An old segment (circa 1995) on Cliff Ernst’s
enormous 1969 Yenko Camaro collection
1st Annual Yenko Reunion (6 min 30 sec)
From 1999, this is a nice segment from
‘My Classic Car’ on the first Supercar Reunion.
1969 Baldwin-Motion LS7 Camaro (57 min)
From the first season of ‘Dream Car Garage’ (Tom Hnatiw was
the host, and Peter Klutt was a guest), a restoration begins on a
rare 1969 Baldwin-Motion LS7 Camaro. Individual segments of the
restoration were originally aired on a weekly basis, but we’ve put
all the segments together here for your enjoyment.
1969 ZL-1 Camaro (4 min)
Peter Klutt from ‘Dream Car Garage’ takes a
beautiful ZL-1 Camaro out for a spin.
Three Rare Camaros – (7 min)
Coverage of a 1968 Yenko Camaro, 1969 Pace Car Camaro
(actual parade car), and a pre-production 1967 Z-28. The original
source of this segment is unknown.