1972 Motion Moray GT Corvette - Motion Slickness


This Vette was a Motion Performance shop conversion, rather than a Baldwin-Motion car. That means the original owner brought the Ontario Orange C3 directly to Motion Performance for customization. Cars bearing the Baldwin-Motion tag were new cars sold through Long Island, New York's Baldwin Chevrolet. Buyers could choose from a list of high-performance and racing equipment a la carte, building stout 12-second street cars or full-boogie race machines guaranteed to run a number. Just about any of Chevy's performance cars were eligible, so Camaros, Chevelles, Corvettes, Novas, Impalas, and Biscaynes were all given the treatment.
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