Vote For Your Favorite Baldwin-Motion Corvette

Which Baldwin-Motion Corvette is YOUR FAVORITE?

(scroll down to cast your vote)

From 1967 to 1978 Joel Rosen, Marty Schorr, and the crew produced an astonishing array of Chevy supercars. “The Fantastic Five” included the Biscayne, the Nova, the Chevelle, the Camaro, and Corvette. If you wanted a true sleeper supercar, the Biscayne was the way to deliver one heck of a surprise. While the big 427 and 454 monster cars got most of the attention, Mr. Motion would build you whatever you wanted. So, there were also a few Motion cars powered with enhanced 350 small-blocks, and a few Corvettes that received turbochargers!

All of the Baldwin-Motion cars were special and unique, but let’s face it, the Corvettes were the halo cars. Since every Motion supercar was custom-built according to the customer’s wants and checkbook, every car is slightly different. The only thing standard was Joel’s selection of heavy-duty after market parts needed to keep the machine relatively bulletproof.

From ‘68 to ‘78, there were six distinctive Baldwin-Motion Corvettes. Let’s have a look-see…

1. Phase III SS-427 Corvette

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2. Phase III GT Corvette

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3. Motion Maco Corvette

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4. Motion Manta Ray Corvette

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5. Motion Moray Eel Corvette

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6. Motion Can-Am Spyder

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Okay! it’s time to cast your vote!

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So, strictly from an aesthetics and features point of view, we’d like to hear from you. Of the six Baldwin-Motion Corvettes presented here, what do you like, what don’t you like, and why?

Look for the “Leave a Reply” box at the bottom of the post.

Scott

PS – Prints of the above cars are available HERE.

PSS – Very soon we’ll be launching a NEW blog, BaldwinMotionReport.com. We’ll be covering all things Baldwin-Motion, past, present, and future!

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