Engine Size
6.2 Liter V8
Transmission Type
Automatic
Body Style
Miles
1,900
Vin
2G1FK3
Stock
MCE698
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THE LAST "W" MACHINE CAMARO FROM DOC WATSON BEFORE HIS PASSING Aug.2, 2015, RIP "DOC"
HERE IS A GREAT ARTCLE WE HAVE TO SHARE WITH YOU ABOUT JACK "DOC" WATSON....
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OWN A PIECE OF DOC WATSON AND HURST PERFORMANCE HISTORY
THIS IS CAR #1 OF LIMITED PRODUCTION RUN, OWN THE FIRST CAR THAT DOC PRODUCED IN THE "W" SERIES..
Each Car Is Registered And Recorded
Jack “Doc” Watson had an early passion for automotive development that spurred him to create after-market products and specialty vehicles during his 50-year career.
Among his accomplishments was the development of the first Hurst Oldsmobile in 1968 and co-inventing the Jaws of Life rescue tool.
Mr. Watson, who had been working with inventor George Hurst on various General Motors programs, began working for him full time.
Before his Hurst days, Doc worked with fabled Corvette engineer Zora Arkus-Duntov who, along with Ed Cole, was called the father of the small-block Chevrolet, and Castelletto Dolza, better known as John Dolza, who developed the thinwall, rocker-ball rocker-arm assembly for the small-block Chevrolet. Doc worked with GM and developed "Super Duty" groups within each division.
In 1968, General Motors had a rule. No engine larger than 400 cubic inches could be installed in any intermediate body. That included GTOs, Cutlasses, Chevelles and Skylarks. But George Hurst had a 455-cu.in. V-8 installed in a 1968 Olds 4-4-2. He found the swap to be easy, and ironically, the 455 weighed less than the 400-cu.in. engine it replaced. Doc took George's idea several steps further and added special paint, a Hurst shifter, some engine modifications and a walnut dash appliqué. The Hurst/Olds was thus born, and today is among the most highly prized of all muscle cars. The first Hurst/Olds had 390hp and featured a Toronado-only color-Peruvian Silver accented with black stripes and a black trunk lid. The first 4-4-2s also got the Toronado's 455 with a lumpy cam, big-valve heads, and modified carburetor and distributor. Also in the package was the W30 Ram Air system and red plastic front inner fender liners, which were the idea of John Beltz, an Olds engineer, whom Doc approached about building the Hurst/Olds. The Hurst/Olds conversions from plain-Jane Cutlasses were handled by Demmer Engineering in Lansing. Demmer had about 30 days to convert the planned run of 500 cars. Olds had thousands of orders and couldn't fill them. The final number of 515 cars was built to accommodate a Lansing-area Oldsmobile dealer that demanded more Hurst/Oldses. Being the success it was, the first Hurst/Olds cemented a highly successful relationship between Hurst Performance of Warminster, Pennsylvania, and Oldsmobile. In 1969, Hurst/Olds sales nearly doubled, to 912 hardtops and two convertibles.
Among his contributions to Hurst's company was his operation of the Hurst Aid support trailer, with a complete machine shop, at racing events. Mr. Watson earned the nickname “Shifty Doctor” for his mechanical prowess as he helped racers get through tech inspection free of charge, his son said.
Mr. Watson's experience also included creating 87 niche-market special vehicle programs and managing the building of more than 137,500 special vehicles.
Doc's greatest accomplishments was his involvement in the development of what is now known as the Jaws of Life tool, named for his father's initials J.A.W.
Custom Built By W MACHINES TECHNOLOGY Of Auburn Hills Michigan, Each Vehicle Is Overseen Personally By DOC Himself.
Fully Loaded Camaro RS/SS 420 HP Convertible
6.2 Liter 16 Valve V-8 With 420 Hp
6 Speed Automatic Transmission
Custom HURST Shifter
Console With Gauges
RS/SS Optioned
LOADED:
AC
Power Windows, 4 Wheel Disc Brakes, CD/MP3/CD/NAV Radio With Steering Wheel Controls
Power Seat
HID Headlamps With Halo Rings, LED Tail Lights
Heads Up Display (HUD)
Cruise Control
Tilt Wheel
The LIST IS ENDLESS
CUSTOM "W" Machine Upgrades Include:
"W"-Machine Design Utilizing Proprietary White With Gold And Clear Paint Application
Front Air Splitter
Rocker Panel Aero Cladding
Rear Lower Valance
Rear Blade Wing
Gold Painted Engine Cover/Intake Housing
20" Five Spoke Custom GOLD HURST Wheels
Pirelli PZero Performance Tires
Performance Engine Enhancements
Strut Tower Brace
W-Machine Badging
Engine Identification Badging
Custom Seat Embroidery
Console Plaque
Custom HURST Gear Selector
Custom Roll Bar
Be The Lucky Person To Own THE LAST CAR OUT OF THE DOC WATSON COLLECTION ......

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Year
2014
Make
Chevrolet
Model
Camaro
Miles
1,900

Engine

Engine Type
Gasoline
Engine Size
6.2 Liter V8
Fuel Specification

Body

Body Color
White
Body Style
Doors
Paint Type

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Interior Color
Black
Secondary Interior Color
Seating Type
Seat Material
Shifter Type
Center Console
No
Engine Size
6.2 Liter V8
Transmission Type
Automatic
Body Style
Miles
1,900
Vin
2G1FK3
Stock
MCE698
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