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Midwesterner Wally Booth burst onto the national scene driving a Chevelle SS 396. Booth quickly advanced through the ranks to field this Diamond Racing Engines–powered 1968 Camaro in NHRA Pro Stock with partner Gordy Foust. His next car, a ’68 Camaro reworked to be a legal ’69 Camaro, was runner-up to Ronnie Sox at the 1970 NHRA Springnationls. Wally next built a ’70 Camaro before accepting a factory Pro Stock ride with American Motors Corporation.