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In 1966, when the SCCA Trans-American Sedan Championship for Manufacturers Series (later known as the Trans-Am Series) formed, there was an expectation that the manufacturers would race assembly line constructed cars. However, as the Trans-Am Series matured, the manufacturers began engineering hand-made cars that were race-only designs in an attempt to beat the competition. As a result of these actions, the Trans-Am Series initiated new regulations.

Read the whole story at Mopar Connection Magazine HERE: