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On first glance, this 1969 Camaro for sale on Hemmings.com doesn’t look like a COPO Camaro – no dig-dish hubcaps on steelies, and it has those fine stripes. But we already know that a plain-jane look isn’t necessarily a hallmark of a COPO Camaro: COPO was just a sneaky way to order what you couldn’t get through the normal channels for ordering a new car, such as a 427 in a Camaro. What we want to see for any COPO is documentation, and the seller claims to have plenty of it. From the seller’s description:
Offered here is a real COPO option and the 9737 Sports Car Option making it a double COPO. Car was owned by its original owner until 2000 when he was survived by his son that grew up with the car and will attest to its authenticity. He also will attest that the car never saw rain since new, therefore the no rust ever anywhere all original sheet metal no wrecked car that has undergone a rotissorie 43k+ mile car. It is a numbers and date code matching car. It is heavily documented. Please call or email for the complete breakdown of numbers and anything else you may need.
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