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1969 Chevrolet COPO Camaro "HoosierHell) L72 427/425HP, M22 4-Speed, HD 12bolt Posi & F41 handling package Hoosier Hell

1969 Chevrolet COPO Camaro HP, Hoosier Hell Drag Car presented as lot at Kissimmee, FL 2013 -

1969 Chevrolet Camaro SS 427 Dick Harrell Super Camaro

Bill Thomas and Dick Harrell are widely credited as being the progenitors of the big-block Camaro supercar. Check out this genuine -- and documented -- 1969 SS

1970 Big Block Z28 Camaro Front - Provided by Hotrod

Clean, Mean Big-Block-Powered 1970 Z28 Camaro Street Machine

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1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO CUSTOM - Barrett-Jackson Auction Company - World's Greatest Collector Car Auctions

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1969 Chevrolet, Camaro Z/28 75000.00 USD ‘502’ RESTO BUILD SPECTACULAR ROTISSERIE RESTORATION FINISHED IN BRILLIANT TORCH RED/WHITE STRIPES/502cid-565 HP RAMJET FI ENGINE/PERFORMANCE ALUMINUM HEADS/SERPENTINE BELT SYSTEM/TRIPLE CORE ALUMINUM RADIATOR/HAND FORMED COWL INDUCTION HOOD/5-SPEED TREMAC/4-WHEEL DRILLED ROTOR DISC BRAKES/12 BOLT REAR WITH 3.73 GEARS/HD RAM CLUTCH/TITANIUM BELL HOUSING/LONG TUBE CERA .. http://www.collectioncar.com/detailed.php?ad=61552&category_id=1

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1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO COPO - C.O.P.O. stands for Central Office Production Order. The COPO Camaros were started in 1969 and equipped with the same 427ci engine but many of the other options were removed from the car including even the heater in some instances. In other words, the COPO was a factory drag racing car created in direct response to the Yenko Camaro.

1969 CHEVROLET CAMARO COPO - C.O.P.O. stands for Central Office Production Order. The COPO Camaros were started in 1969 and equipped with the same 427ci engine but many of the other options were removed from the car including even the heater in some instances. In other words, the COPO was a factory drag racing car created in direct response to the Yenko Camaro.

1969 COPO L88 Chevrolet Camaro (Had one in Orange - Raced for Several Years) Note: L88 Hood and Front & Read Spoilers

1969 COPO Chevrolet Camaro (Had one in Orange - Raced for Several Years) Note: Hood and Front Read Spoilers

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