AUTOWORLD 1/18 scale 1971 Baldwin Motion Vega in Red with White stripes.
Baldwin Motion was a partnership between New York’s Baldwin Chevrolet® and Joel Rosen’s Motion Performance speed shop. By 1971, the company began modifying the light weight Chevy® Vega™, which was not only its greatest challenge, but would bring Baldwin Motion to an end. Documented in the New York street-racing scene, Car Craft Magazine ran a story on a 1973 454 Motion Super Vega™ and that article is said to be one of the reasons the government went after Motion Performance and stopped it from selling street cars in 1974.
- Cranberry Red with White stripes
- Opening doors, hood and rear hatch
- Detailed engine
- Steerable wheels
- Accurate interior and chassis
- Individually numbered