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2019 Chevrolet COPO Auto Plaza Direct - Ballwin, MO

2019 Chevrolet COPO Auto Plaza Direct - Ballwin, MO

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About this Chevrolet COPO

Condition Used
Transmission -
Drivetrain -
Exterior Color
Anniversary Blue Metallic
Stock Number 30196
VIN Number -

Excerpt From Chevy New Roads Magazine -
COPO Camaro production stopped after the initial year (1969), but Chevrolet reopened the door with the fifth-generation Camaro in 2012 and has continued the program since then. Just 69 of the vehicles are assembled each year, commemorating that first run.

Mark Stielow, senior manager of vehicle dynamics at General Motors, recalls that the first COPO cars were plain-stealthy, before that became a thing. But that was then, and this is now. Aside from appearance, Stielow also notes that there is a big difference between the old COPO cars and the new ones. The '69 Camaro had a VIN, and you could drive it on the street; it even came with warranties. The modern COPO has no VIN and therefore cannot be registered, licensed, or driven on public streets. It's strictly a purpose-built racer-the car's engines are built to run a quarter-mile in 8.6 to 8.7 seconds at speeds of up to 160 mph.

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