This 2013 COPO Camaro is car #41 of 69 and was prominently featured
in an episode of Discovery Channel's hit show "Fast 'N Loud."
Richard Rawlings of Gas Monkey Garage assisted in the build of this
Camaro at the GM plant in Detroit. This car was acquired and later
campaigned by Libersher Racing, where it was driven by Scott
Libersher and 2020 NMCA World Champion Andy Warren. This car has
gone through significant upgrades and tuning to stay within the
rules of NHRA and keep the car on the top of the competition. Power
comes from a 7.0-liter (427ci) LS7 based V8 engine paired to a
2-speed Powerglide automatic transmission. Both the front and rear
facias were modified per NHRA aerodynamic rules. The COPO Camaro is
designed to NHRA racing specifications and features a solid rear
axle and full chromoly roll cage. Inside, most of the standard
sound-deadening and power accessories have been deleted to optimize
weight savings for racing. The competition focused interior has a
pair of racing bucket seats, driver safety harness, competition
floor shifter and Chevrolet Performance gauges. Included in the
documentation are all the Build Sheets for the chassis and spec
sheets for the engine. This one-of-one Gas Monkey Garage COPO
Camaro was designed to compete with the quickest in NHRA's Stock
Eliminator and Super Stock classes. **SOLD ON BILL OF SALE** **
2013 Chevrolet Camaro COPO
VIN:BILL OF SALE
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