Schwartz Performance’s Full Force 1981 Trans Am was named “Muscle Car of the Year” by Popular Hot Rodding magazine, after dominating the drag racing challenge with mid 11-second passes at 133 mph as well as its “solid showings” in the speed stop and high-speed autocross competition. The car, equipped with twin turbo LS9 and Schwartz G-Machine Chassis, was driven by company president Jeff Schwartz at the July event.
Schwartz also won “Pro Builder of the Year” honors for its 1967 big-block Malibu at the Car Craft Nationals in St. Paul, MN. The Malibu also sports a Schwartz G-Machine chassis and is “packed with 509 cubic-inches fed with two 76mm Turbonetics turbos.”
“It was an honor to be selected to participate in the Car Craft Pro Builder Competition, and it’s a privilege to have won the award,” stated a very proud Jeff.
Based in Woodstock, IL Schwartz Performance manufacturers chassis for GM, Ford and Mopar vehicles.