All of the photos below are of the same Penske Camaro taken at different times during the 1967 season.
They are all the same car that Peter Reinhardt took to Europe to race in 1968.
Mark Donohue's Penske prepared Camaro, Sebring 4-Hour Trans-Am, March 1967Photo by Craig Fisher
Rear view of Donohue's car, also from the Sebring race, March '67.Photo by Craig Fisher
The first Penske Camaro at Mid-Ohio in June, 1967. George Follmer was driving this weekend,
substituting for Mark Donohue who was at Le Mans driving a Ford MkIV teamed up with
Bruce McLaren as his co-driver. This was George's first ever Trans-Am race. He finished 3rd.Photo: Jon Mello Collection
The Penske Camaro at the August 12, 1967 Marlboro Trans-Am. The roll cage seen in this car
was added to it before the Bryar Trans-Am which took place on August 6th.Photo by Andrew Keller
Original Penske Camaro interior at Marlboro.Photo by Andrew Keller
This photo was taken at Continental Divide in late August '67. This was the last race that Donohue
used this car as his primary mount. A new Camaro was ready for him at Modesto in early September.Photo by Ron Shaw
Below is Craig Fisher driving the original Donohue car at Kent in early October while Mark was driving the new car.