Seller offering a 2017 Chevrolet COPO Camaro with undisclosed miles for $137,500. Seller says the vehicle has never been raced and still has the sticker on the slicks. Hyper Blue Metallic paint, racer package, COPO graphics, carbon fiber air intake, intercooler quick change coupling package, and NHRA Cert 8.5. Comes with COPO fire suit and all build paperwork. Original MSRP was around $95,000.
If you’re serious about drag racing, the COPO is specifically designed for NHRA competition – never intended for everyday riding. No sound deadening or backseat, it’s built for the track. COPO (short for central office production order system) is the system Chevy dealers used to build one-of-a-kind high performance models which began in 1969. 2011 introduced the first COPO concept car at the SEMA show and the overwhelming response inspired this build in 2012. The COPO came with 3 engine options and this example has the 350. The naturally aspirated 350 engine produces 580 hp. Check out the Chevy site for full specs and details. Vehicle being offered through Wagner Classic Cars. See their website for more details and contact information.