• The COPO Camaro is back at Chevrolet, as a concept designed to the specifications for NHRA Stock Eliminator drag racing competition. The COPO concept vehicle is designed to accommodate more than one engine option, including a naturally aspirated 427 engine (7.0L) - the same displacement as the original COPO Camaros from 1969 - and a supercharged 327 (5.3L) engine.
  • The COPO Camaro is back at Chevrolet, as a concept designed to the specifications for NHRA Stock Eliminator drag racing competition. The COPO concept vehicle is designed to accommodate more than one engine option, including a naturally aspirated 427 engine (7.0L) - the same displacement as the original COPO Camaros from 1969 - and a supercharged 327 (5.3L) engine.
  • The COPO Camaro is back at Chevrolet, as a concept designed to the specifications for NHRA Stock Eliminator drag racing competition. The COPO concept vehicle is designed to accommodate more than one engine option, including a naturally aspirated 427 engine (7.0L) - the same displacement as the original COPO Camaros from 1969 - and a supercharged 327 (5.3L) engine.
  • The COPO Camaro is back at Chevrolet, as a concept designed to the specifications for NHRA Stock Eliminator drag racing competition. The COPO concept vehicle is designed to accommodate more than one engine option, including a naturally aspirated 427 engine (7.0L) - the same displacement as the original COPO Camaros from 1969 - and a supercharged 327 (5.3L) engine.
  • The COPO Camaro is back at Chevrolet, as a concept designed to the specifications for NHRA Stock Eliminator drag racing competition. The COPO concept vehicle is designed to accommodate more than one engine option, including a naturally aspirated 427 engine (7.0L) - the same displacement as the original COPO Camaros from 1969 - and a supercharged 327 (5.3L) engine.
  • The COPO Camaro is back at Chevrolet, as a concept designed to the specifications for NHRA Stock Eliminator drag racing competition. The COPO concept vehicle is designed to accommodate more than one engine option, including a naturally aspirated 427 engine (7.0L) - the same displacement as the original COPO Camaros from 1969 - and a supercharged 327 (5.3L) engine.
  • The COPO Camaro is back at Chevrolet, as a concept designed to the specifications for NHRA Stock Eliminator drag racing competition. The COPO concept vehicle is designed to accommodate more than one engine option, including a naturally aspirated 427 engine (7.0L) - the same displacement as the original COPO Camaros from 1969 - and a supercharged 327 (5.3L) engine.
  • The COPO Camaro is back at Chevrolet, as a concept designed to the specifications for NHRA Stock Eliminator drag racing competition. The COPO concept vehicle is designed to accommodate more than one engine option, including a naturally aspirated 427 engine (7.0L) - the same displacement as the original COPO Camaros from 1969 - and a supercharged 327 (5.3L) engine.
  • The COPO Camaro is back at Chevrolet, as a concept designed to the specifications for NHRA Stock Eliminator drag racing competition. The COPO concept vehicle is designed to accommodate more than one engine option, including a naturally aspirated 427 engine (7.0L) - the same displacement as the original COPO Camaros from 1969 - and a supercharged 327 (5.3L) engine.
  • Chevrolet Performance COPO Camaro Concept Super Stock Engine - 327 cubic inches with 4.0 liter. (12/01/2011)
  • Chevrolet Performance COPO Camaro Concept Super Stock Engine - 327 cubic inches with 4.0 liter. (12/01/2011)
  • Chevrolet Performance COPO Camaro Concept Super Stock engine - 327 cubic inches with 4.0 liter supercharger. (12/01/2011)
  • Chevrolet Performance COPO Camaro Concept Super Stock engine - 327 cubic inches with 4.0 liter supercharger. (12/01/2011)
  • For 2012, Chevrolet will produce 69 COPO Camaros, a drag-racing car designed to compete in NHRA's Stock Eliminator and Super Stock classes, where the national records for the quarter-mile contests are in the nine-second range. Photo courtesy of Justin Cesler / Camaro Now magazine.
  • The Chevrolet COPO Camaro concept, designed for NHRA Stock Eliminator drag racing competition, is unveiled as it drives out of its crate Monday, October 31, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The introduction was made in conjunction with the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show for the automobile aftermarket. (Photo by Isaac Brekken for Chevrolet)
  • The Chevrolet COPO Camaro concept, designed for NHRA Stock Eliminator drag racing competition, on display after driving out of its crate to make its world debut Monday, October 31, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The introduction was made in conjunction with the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show for the automobile aftermarket. (Photo by Isaac Brekken for Chevrolet)
  • The Chevrolet COPO Camaro concept, designed for NHRA Stock Eliminator drag racing competition, on display during its world debut Monday, October 31, 2011 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The introduction was made in conjunction with the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show for the automobile aftermarket. (Photo by Isaac Brekken for Chevrolet)

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    If this YouTube video is to be believed, then Chevrolet definitely did not forget to put the FAST in the COPO Camaro. Car number three and its 327-cubic-inch engine topped with the 4.0-liter blower ran what looks like an 8.88-second quarter-mile at the strip, out of the box.

    Back in March, we told you that Chevrolet was actually going to build the Whitesnake-level-awesome COPO Camaro after the drag-ready Camaro was showed off at SEMA as a concept.

    If ever a car made us think of mullets, Cragars, racing suits and Natty Light, this is it. And we don't mean that in a bad way. The COPO Camaro concept that Chevrolet showed off at SEMA last year is officially becoming a production reality for everyone; however, only 69 people will be able to own it. In celebration of the 69 COPO Camaro ZL1s built in 1969, Chevrolet is building just that many of its modern drag-strip-only racer.

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