Before I start my 2J review, I want to give a shoutout to @Nismonath5 and @McClarenDesign for taking 1st and 2nd place in the weekly photo contest done by @CORRUPTEDDISC so congrats to both. Here's the video in question. On to the review. The Chaparral 2J is one of the great innovative designs that made an impact by daring to different in comparison to the status quo of the time by threatening to suck-er punch all that it raced against. Now whilst it was legal to race up until it was outlawed at the end of the 1970 season of Can-Am, here in GT6 it has a reputation of being banned from most lobbys on the spot on the account of being too fast and as well as dominating most TT events. Despite scouring the web I have been unable to find out why they had 3 gears, but the close relation with Chevrolet meant that earlier cars apparently had Chevy Corviar transaxles which were 2 speed Powerglide gearboxes like the 2C for example. The Chaparral 3 speed? that was reportedly built in-house. But I also noticed something regarding the 2D and if what I've seen is true then PD has once again made a mistake. The 2D was different in the 2 years it raced (1966-1967, we have the '67 model for the record.). The 66' model has the Small Block Chevy V8 (327CI) we've got, but that according to The Chaparral Files had a 2 speed gearbox and the '67 model that failed to finish 2 endurance races at Daytona and Sebring was equipped with the 3 speed we got, but that one had a Big Block Chevy engine (427CI). So if that's all true, the 2D has the right transmission and wrong engine for the model year we have. But getting back to the 2J, as one of 2 'Fan Cars' in GT6 and the only one that actually exists, the 2J is a fast race car despite that update that added 1.5 camber and -0.50 toe on the front and 3.5 camber and 1.00 toe on the back ( which by the way, was a stupid idea. ). I mentioned before one of the benefits of the fan car was downforce regardless of speed, that also includes traction as the 2J could accelerate out the turns on full power and the tyres wouldn't break loose which allowed me to win on the last turn at Suzuka. Also a cool trick you can do with the 2J is going backwards real fast (over 100mph stock, but you can go way further with tuning.). So what do I think of GT6's classical outlaw? well the 2J has been the bane of lobbies, Time Trials and the Historic cup in both GT5 and GT6 so it hasn't slipped under the radar as a sleeper. But it's also not a beater either for the same reasons that it isn't a Sleeper, the car is very quick in the right hands, quicker than most modern LMP racers. So it's a Neutral verdict, but if you have the means I highly recommend picking one up.