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Baldwin-Motion drag racing Camaros from 1967 through 1972, first driven by Joel Rosen, then Bill Mitchell and Dennis Ferrara, were consistent AHRA and NHRA Modified Production national record holders.
Bill Mitchell, who built and drove the Motion Supercar Club big-block Camaro, often traded the NHRA A/MP crown with Bill Grumpy Jenkins.
Unlike some Chevrolet dealers marketing specialty cars at the time, Baldwin-Motion never re-badged a single factory COPO 427 Camaro or Chevelle.
The most valuable vintage Baldwin-Motion vehicles are the special-bodied Phase III GT Corvettes and high-option 1969 Phase III Camaros.
Motion Minicar was jointly owned by Bill Mitchell, Joel Rosen and Marty Schorr.
During the late-1960s and early-1970s, Motion was well represented on the NHRA circuit.
In 1963, after Joel Rosen, then a junior partner, installed a Clayton chassis dynamometer, signage was changed to reflect the true nature of his business.
In 1966, Rosen incorporated as Motion Performance, Inc.During the early-to-mid-1970s, ordering information on Baldwin-Motion cars was included in the large Motion Performance mail order catalogs.