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Richard Teague’s Street Car became a Dream Car

Car designer Richard A. Teague had developed a love of two-seat cars in the ‘50s. One of his earliest two-seaters was a hardtop convertible designed for Kaiser-Frazer in 1946. In the early ‘50s he worked at Packard. A handful of 1954 Packard Panther Daytonas represented another of Teague’s concepts for a sporty two-seater. 

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The one and only ’68 Camaro Z/28 Convertible

Story and photos by John Gunnell Racing on Sunday sold cars on Monday, and Chevy promotions manager Vince Piggins wanted to build a max-performance Camaro to run in Trans-Am races.