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1965 Sebring-Winning Chaparral 2A of Jim Hall and Hap Sharp (photo: Dave Nicholas)

Jim Hall / Hap Sharp - Chaparral Chevrolet - Chaparral Cars - 12 Hours of Sebring - 1965 World Sportscar Championship, round 2 - Challenge Mondial, round 1

1965 Sebring 12-Hour Grand Prix of Endurance - Race Profile

Winning Chaparral of Jim Hall and Hap Sharp (photo: Dave Nicholas)

Hissom - Jennings Chaparral 2A | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

The Hissom - Jennings Chaparral had to pit early because of a failing battery. The car finished Photo courtesy of BARC Boys.

This great shot was taken by Dave Friedman. This is the 1967 2G as originally raced. Really an upgrade of the 2E, the new car introduced flatter sides, revised radiator inlets, a increase in the wing's chord, and a low air box feeding the new 427 Chevy.

Jim Hall - Chaparral Chevrolet - Chaparral Cars - Full International Can-Am Road America - Can-Am Road America - 1967 Canadian-American Challenge Cup, round 1

#4 Start of Sebring 1965 - Jim Hall and his winning Chaparral | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Jim Hall / Hap Sharp - Chaparral [ Chevrolet - Chaparral Cars - Ronnie Hissom / Bruce Jennings - Chaparral [ Chevrolet - Chaparral Cars - Sebring 12 Hours - 1965 World Sportscar Championship, round 2 - Challenge Mondial, round 1

1966 Chapparal 2E. Designer-builder Jim Hall was a true innovator. Great example of American engineering. The 2E established the paradigm for virtually all racing cars built since. Vintage Can-Am racing

1966 Chapparal Designer-builder Jim Hall was a true innovator. Great example of American engineering. The established the paradigm for virtually all racing cars built since.

Chaparral 2D

Chaparral Cars was an innovating racing team in the through the Co-founded by Jim Hall and Hap Sharp, Chaparral pioneered the use of aerodynamic ground effects and wings in racing.

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