A livery inspired by the Penske/Mark Donehue Camaros which raced in TransAM in the late 60s, its a bit of a mix of different versions of the actual TransAM car updated for the modern Camaro GT4R.
Far from perfect, but it seemed criminal that nobody had brought this classic design to ACC yet.
By request of Grayman22, here are two paint schemes that any vintage NASCAR fan will instantly recognize. Yes, the Big Iron has hit the track.
Marty Robbins ran 36 NASCAR events through the years, scoring a best of 5th in 1974 at Michigan. But what if he decided to also run in the Trans-Am...
Here it is: The Trans-Am Skin Mega-Pack! Inside you'll find 115 skins for the ACL Trans-Am Mod, covering the 1969-1972 Trans-Am seasons.
94 of these skins are my originals, while the rest are from the ACL T/A mod itself (these were made by SBH, Ned, and Highbank). I have repackaged them here...
These both are number and logo adjustments of skins that come with the ACL TA mod.
George Follmer raced the #1 for Roy Woods in 1972, taking the drivers championship by a wide margin, winning 4 of 7 events.
Roy Woods drove the #2 car, and he won at Bryar, as both he and Follmer drove the #2...
Here's the #63 Javelin Bill Collins ran in 6 of the 7 O2L Trans-Am events that season. He finished well in most races, including a 2nd place at Sanair.
I love this paint scheme, but wow was it tricky to make work here. Took me much longer than I'd like, but it turned out alright.
This is a number and logo adjustment of the livery that comes with the ACL TA mod.
Here is the Penske Racing Javelin that Mark Donohue drove to the 1971 Trans-Am championship. Donohue won 7 races.
The #55's appearance changed for 1970 to reflect new sponsorship from Fyr-Fyter. It seems like Roberts couldn't catch a break, as a sour engine was his most common race result. He did manage a 7th place finish at Bridgehampton.
Here are Penske Racing's Sunoco Javelins from the 1970 Trans-Am season.
Mark Donohue and Peter Revson drove these machines throughout 1970, with Donohue winning 3 races and Revson notching solid results. Still, it was not enough to defeat the consistent might of the Bud Moore Fords.
Now it's time for my personal favorite manufacturer in Trans-Am: AMC!!!
In 1968 AMC came out swinging with Peter Revson and George Follmer. Unfortunately, no one could beat the Penske/Donohue combo that season. In 1969 the team was looking to build on their success and take the crown.
Here is the last Ford for now. This is Dean Gregson's Boss 'Stang ran at St. Jovite in 1969 and select Trans-Am events in 1970. His best finish in this car was 9th at 1969 St. Jovite. His best in 1970 was a 12th at Bridgehampton.
Enjoy, and stay tuned for the final manufacturer to be posted...
Dean Gregson was the performance manager at Tasca Ford, as as such was able to secure Ford technical support. This car was involved in the development of the T/A Boss 302 engine, running a prototype of the powerplant in some A-Sedan races in 1968.
This car only entered one Trans-Am race...
Known as the Troy Promotions team in 1971, the cars donned new numbers and a slightly adjusted livery for the 1972 Trans-Am season.
Tony DeLorenzo started the season at Lime Rock in a Firebird (the same one Milt Minter drove), but later drove the #36 for Troy Promotions. They planned to run...
Here is John Hall's Mustang as it appeared in 1972 Trans-Am events at Donnybrooke and Road America. 24th was his best finish.
He did finish 9th at Edmonton in the 1971 T/A race there, but I'm unsure whether the car looked like this or was still the Grabber Blue livery. Figured I'd mention it...
Back to Fords today, I have some I missed the first time around.
Here's the Boss Mustang that John Hall entered in the Kent and Riverside Trans-Am races in 1970. He won with this car at local SCCA events, but in Trans-Am his best finish for 1970 was 13th at Riverside.
Here is the #0 Pontiac Firebird driven by Milt Minter in the 1972 Trans-Am season. Minter ran up front all season long, scoring a victory at Mid-Ohio.
This car was eye-catching for its chrome numbers and accents, which I have represented in-game here. In CM Showroom and Preview the chrome does...
Here is the #7 McConnell Racing/T-G Racing Pontiac piloted by Craig Fisher in select 1970 Trans-Am events. This car was a 1969 Firebird in real life, but we don't have that in-game yet, so this '68 will have to do.
In the first 3 races of the season, Fisher scored a best of 8th at Lime Rock...
Brad Dunn made a few starts in the 1969 Trans-Am series, all driving this #72 entered by Hot-Arc Racing (The entry lists spell it as Hot-Arc, Howl-Arc, and Hol-Arc. I'm going with Hot-Arc, because it sounds the coolest).
This is how the car looked at the 1969 Michigan Trans-Am race. Dunn would...