1969 Camaro COPO for sale

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1969 Camaro COPO


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I'm not going to insult this car by calling it a tribute or a replica or a clone, because it is exact in even the smallest details. Date codes are correct, stampings are authentic, the components are exactly what the 9561/9737 "Double COPO" cars used, and it has been restored from the ground up to 100-point, show-winning condition. How exact is it? It was even built during the same production period as the COPO cars and has an early build cowl tag to prove it. There are probably real COPOs that aren't as exact or as perfectly presented as this one is.

 

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The COPO Camaros are all about the engine, so let's start there. Under the hood of this car are 427 cubic-inches of L72 heavy-duty big block Chevrolet with a December 1968 casting date, fully dressed and detailed exactly as it would have been new. The belts and hoses are date-coded, the clamps and fasteners are exact, and even the markings on the firewall and radiator shroud are precise. In fact, the actual colors of the markings match the factory shifts for COPO production. The engine was built by Victory Engines to stock specifications, and churned out nearly 500 horsepower on their dyno (these cars were notoriously underrated at 430 horsepower). It breathes through an intake manifold with the proper casting numbers and a correct carburetor. Exhaust is handled by original cast-iron manifolds dumping into a reproduction chambered exhaust system. This car absolutely cackles.

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Externally, the Daytona Yellow paint is simply spectacular (that's the car's original color, by the way, and one of the 6 colors available with COPO 9561), laid down over a body that was prepped and sanded until it was flawless. Panel gaps are exceptional, showing that a ton of time was invested in making this car exactly right. The fenders have not been punched for SS badges, exactly the same as the COPO cars, which were delivered without anything except simple "Camaro" badges on their flanks. The steel cowl-induction hood is COPO-correct, as is the trunk spoiler, and all the trim is exactly the same as it would have been on a real COPO car.

Price 1969 Camao Copo $79,900

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