Classic tuner brand has been revived and is back to making supercar versions of 427 and 454 Camaros.
Baldwin-Motion has released details on a series of 5 special models based on the 2011 Camaro SS.
The 'Fanastic Five' models start with the 525 bhp (391 kW) SS-427 and range up to the 800 bhp (597 kW) Phase III 427-SC.
In between are the Phase III 427 with 600 bhp (447 kW), the SS-454 with 550 bhp (410 kW) and the Phase III 454 with 625 bhp (466 kW).
All model come with either GM's LS7 427 aluminum power plant or the LSX 454 engine.
To get the Camaro SS up to 800 horsepower, the range topping Motion Phase III 427-SC fits the LS7 engine with a 2.8-Liter twin-screw supercharger system. The model also features dual-disk clutch system from the Corvette ZR1, Brembo brakes and a sport exhaust system by American racing.
Full specs on all the models can be found here.
The tuning for the 2011 Motion 427 and 454 Camaros is the work of Baldwin-Motion in partnership with DeNooyer Chevrolet's Performance Division and Redline Motorsports.
The cars will be sold solely through DeNooyer Chevrolet in upstate New York. Each model will come with Motion VIN plate and complete documentation.
Baldwin-Motion was started in the late 60s by Joel Rosen and tuned Camaros until the end of its run in 1974. The brand was revived in 2005.
"We have re-launched the Baldwin-Motion and MOTION brands again, this time capturing the true spirit of what we did in 1967-1974: Market built-to-order, dyno-proven and warranted SS & Phase III 427 & 454 Camaros," said Rosen in the press release.