Nothing was left out during this COPO re-creation's body-off build,
including a high-end paint job. Built to the exact standards of a
real COPO Camaro, it's powered by a freshly rebuilt 427ci
8-cylinder engine with an authentic 512 block mated to an M22
4-speed manual transmission and 12-bolt posi-traction rear end. It
rides on dog dish hubcaps with red line tires and is equipped with
front power disc brakes and power steering. The full nut-and-bolt
restoration was finished in Tuxedo Black paint over a brand-new
interior that features a correct 6,000 rpm tachometer and 140 mph
speedometer. The trunk area is fully detailed with spare tire and
matt, and the underside is as detailed as the rest of the car.
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