When it comes to American racing cars, most followers of the sport reserve a special place in their hearts for Jim Hall’s Texas born and bred Chaparrals. These were cars that represented the best of what racing is all about—uniqueness, mechanical exploration and technological advancement, as well as success. The pure white road runners were models of innovation, always pushing old boundaries and making new discoveries while never forgetting that the ultimate mission was to win.
This site is organized by a fan by the name of Jan, and features a number of link selections at the top of the Home Page that conveniently allow visitors to explore everywhere on the site. Those self-descriptive links include headings labeled: From the Archive; Chaparral Drawings; A History of Innovation; Chaparral Chaps; Chaparral Cars; Rattlesnake Raceway; Chaparral Mysteries and Chaparral Revelations among others.
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