This 1969 Camaro is a documented, genuine, factory produced "9561"
427/425hp COPO finished in its original color of Cortez Silver with
a black vinyl top, cowl induction hood and black bucket seat
interior. This COPO has been rotisserie restored to its original
factory appearance with correctly marked hoses, tower clamps, dated
plug wires, smog system, T3 headlights, correct XT-code wheels and
Polyglas tires. It's powered by a 427/425hp 8-cylinder engine
paired with its factory 4-speed manual transmission and features
the 4.10 BE-code special rear end, chambered exhaust, front power
disc brakes, factory-correct 840 high-performance heads, and
correct dated Winters aluminum intake, Halley carburetor and
distributor. This COPO Camaro was sold new in Hamilton, OH, at
Central Motor Company and the original owner kept the car until
1972. The second owner had the car from 1972-1989, and the third
from 1989-2003. It changed hands again in 2003 to the fourth who
kept it until 2008 when it was purchased by the fifth owner. In
2020 the COPO was acquired by its six and current owner. Always a
well-cared-for solid vehicle, it retains its original hidden VIN
and original Trim Tag, and is documented by Ed Cunneen's COPO
Connection and has his certificate and sheet. It has also been
inspected and certified by Camaro expert Jerry MacNeish of Camaro
Hi-Performance and has its NCRS Shipping Data Report.
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