A no-nonsense COPO Camaro clone checks all the boxes. All the thriller without the filler… Yeah, we’d buy that!
This awesome ’69 Camaro was apparently re-done as a COPO clone and is currently owned by the same Kentucky dealership that sold it originally!
It was a 427 car originally and has been given a 454 V-8 by a previous owner. It’s got a 4-speed, limited-slip differential, rear spoiler, cowl-induction hood, Hurst shifter … and it would surely look and sound awesome rolling up to the local cruise-in.
Man, we’d love to take this baby out and scare a few local punks at some stoplights in town. Yeah, it’s sort of a tribute kinda car … but anytime we hear “COPO” and “Camaro” in the same sentence, we’re in!
This white stallion is for sale on Bringatrailer.com. Last time we checked the bidding was at $25,000. We’ll be fascinated to see what it sells for.
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