Frame off restored like a factory COPO!

Frame up restored to factory COPO (Central Office Production Order) specs. 396 was the biggest engine available in a Camaro. A lucky few were able to special order a 427, usually in a stripped down model, these were known as COPOs. Very few exist and can fetch 1/4 million $ today. This is a high quality car- looks and performance.

EXTERIOR: Believed to be original rust free sheet metal on the car. It is completely straight from any angle, top to bottom. All the gaps are square and flush. No bubbles or damage. Lemans blue metallic paint is laid out evenly and the clear coat is polished smooth and glossy. It is a no frills car so it doesn't have the spoilers and extra trim but it does have the functional cowl induction hood. Up front the grill, bumper, emblems, lenses are all new. The marker lights, door handles, mirror, correct antenna are new. Stainless around the windows is also new. In back the tail lights, bumper and emblems have been replaced. It has a Berger emblem, they were known for selling high performing Chevy's. Correct XT steel wheels worth $1,000 are painted and have mint poverty hubcaps. Reproduction Goodyear Polyglass tires really give it that authentic look. New glass all the way around. The door jambs are painted slick. New weatherstrips and window seals.

INTERIOR: Redone from carpet to headliner. The white really pops against the blue. The door panels and armrests are new. The upholstery has all been replaced. New carpet and carpeted floor mats. New headliner that fits tight as a drum. Dome light works, new visors and mirror. It has a complete set of GM seatbelts. The entire dash area is excellent. New dash pad, heater control panel, factory AM radio. It has a 140 mph speedometer and an 8 grand tachometer with a rare fuel gauge in the center. New deluxe 3 spoke wheel. New ashtray and matching lighter. Glove box liner is new, the light works and it has an owner's manual. There is a new gauge cluster neatly mounted below the dash.

ENGINE COMPARTMENT: It looks like it left the factory this way. Detailed with correct components. It looks the same as the 427 but it's actually a 454 bored 30 over making it a 461. It has roller cam and rockers. Correct square port heads and matched GM aluminum intake. Correct deep groove pulleys, dated plug wires. Complete and functional cowl induction system includingthe flapperdoorin the hood. Correct 4 core radiator with curved neck, reproduction hoses and clamps. Correct open face alternator. Delco battery topper with spring clamp cables. It even has a Berger decal on the valve cover. All the finishes are tidy.

TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Rust free metal was neatly spatter painted. Under the trunk lid and the jamb are glossy blue. It has a new mat and tire cover. Complete jack and spare assembly. New weather strip

UNDERSIDE: The body was off the frame restored. All the chassis, suspension and steering has been rebuilt. Detailed too, right down to the assembly line paint markings. Brakes were redone, it has disc in front. E-brake assembly is hooked up. It has a new fuel system including the tank, straps, sending unit and lines. New dual exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers. Looking up at the motor it's spotless, it has a rebuilt starter and a chrome flywheel cover. The Turbo 400 automatic was rebuilt it has 3,500 stall and reverse manual valve body. The drive shaft and joints have been rebuilt. It has a rebuilt 12 bolt posi with 4.11 gears and an aluminum cover. It's all clean metal under this car neatly painted semi gloss black.

This is a good one. The fit, finishes and function are exceptional. I personally drove it and enjoyed every minute!

I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my professional impression of the vehicle.
Our salesmen are happy to assist with descriptions and making sure your questions are answered. One great suggestion is letting us do a walk around video that explains the car's condition in detail.
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Options and Accessories
  • Disc brakes
  • Cowl induction
  • 140 mph speedo
  • 8 grand tach
  • Deluxe wheel
  • 4.11 posi
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