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An unpainted Chaparral 1, showing the rear bodywork removed, and the front clip open. Dave Friedman photo.

An unpainted Chaparral 1, showing the rear bodywork removed, and the front clip open. Dave Friedman photo.

Troy Rogers (left) and Wesley Sweet (center) pose with a Chaparral 2, modified with sheet metal fender flairs and a cardboard and fiberglass coupe roof. This was the first testing done during the development of the Chaparral 2D. Pete Biro photo via Rodney Rogers.

Troy Rogers (left) and Wesley Sweet (center) pose with a Chaparral 2, modified with sheet metal fender flairs and a cardboard and fiberglass coupe roof. This was the first testing done during the development of the Chaparral 2D. Pete Biro photo via Rodney Rogers.

Jim Hall wins heat 1 in the 1965 Players 200 at Mosport. A great shot of the classic Chaparral 2. Stanley Rosenthall photo.

Jim Hall wins heat 1 in the 1965 Players 200 at Mosport. A great shot of the classic Chaparral 2. Stanley Rosenthall photo.

The 2G cools, and pops after practice at Riverside, 1968. Dave Friedman photo.

The 2G cools, and pops after practice at Riverside, 1968. Dave Friedman photo.

itsawheelthing:  where cars go to die …a scene of the 1966 24 Heures du Mans you won’t see often, the car park for race abandonmentswe can make out the Holman & Moody Ford GT40 MkII of Mario Andretti &  Lucien Bianchi (n°6, retired due to an engine failure), the Matra-BRM M620 of Jo Schlesser & Alan Rees (n°41, retired due to an accident), the Chaparral-Chevrolet 2D of Jo Bonnier & Phil Hill (n°9, retirement due to an electrical failure) & in the background the Societé ...

itsawheelthing: where cars go to die …a scene of the 1966 24 Heures du Mans you won’t see often, the car park for race abandonmentswe can make out the Holman & Moody Ford GT40 MkII of Mario Andretti & Lucien Bianchi (n°6, retired due to an engine failure), the Matra-BRM M620 of Jo Schlesser & Alan Rees (n°41, retired due to an accident), the Chaparral-Chevrolet 2D of Jo Bonnier & Phil Hill (n°9, retirement due to an electrical failure) & in the background the Societé ...

Karl Schmid and volunteers push the Chaparral 2D to its starting position at Le Mans, June 1966. If you look carefully, you'll notice that the 2D is wearing rain tires. Rain was expected for the race start, but never happened. Thus, the 2D started with unsuitable tires and was unable to turn its best lap times. Max Le Grand photo.

Karl Schmid and volunteers push the Chaparral 2D to its starting position at Le Mans, June 1966. If you look carefully, you'll notice that the 2D is wearing rain tires. Rain was expected for the race start, but never happened. Thus, the 2D started with unsuitable tires and was unable to turn its best lap times. Max Le Grand photo.

Hans Herrmann's Porsche 906 is being dogged by the Chaparral 2D at Le Mans, 1966. The 2D was considerably quicker than the 2 liter Porsche. Eric della Faille photo.

Hans Herrmann's Porsche 906 is being dogged by the Chaparral 2D at Le Mans, 1966. The 2D was considerably quicker than the 2 liter Porsche. Eric della Faille photo.

Eric della Faille documents the 1967 iteration of the Chaparral 2D. The revised nose provides ducting for brake and cockpit cooling. Typically tidy and carefully fabricated.

Eric della Faille documents the 1967 iteration of the Chaparral 2D. The revised nose provides ducting for brake and cockpit cooling. Typically tidy and carefully fabricated.

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