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COPO Camaro

Before the marketing department created a COPO model it was the “Central Office Purchase Order” by which a few dealerships, notably Yenko and Gibb, ordered options not normally available for the Camaro. The Camaro of the 60s could not exceed a 400ci engine unless the COPO loophole was exploited.

Anyone that tells you that no COPO Camaro ever had a VIN nor were they street legal doesn’t know the history.

“Unlike the model built in 1969, the later versions of the COPO are not street legal.”
https://www.gmpartscenter.net/blog/brief-history-of-copo-camaro