1 OF 20 CRC (CERTIFIED RACE CHASSIS) BODY-IN-WHITE COPO CAMAROS, STILL LIKE NEW!
a manufacturer decides to build a car to go racing but most of them end up in the hands of collectors. Chevy joined the party with the COPO Camaro, a purpose-built car for NHRA Stock Eliminator for Super Stock classes. Stripped down and built for combat, they didn’t even receive VINs and are not street-legal.
Inside, some pretty remarkable changes took place. One, there’s a full NHRA-legal cage surrounding the driver and passenger, who sit in lightweight sport buckets from Procar. The back seat is gone, there’s minimal sound-deadening inside, and if you want things like A/C or even a radio, well, you’ll have to buy a different Camaro.
Smooth idle? Forget it! Even the harmonic balancer is a race piece with degree markings for dialing it in perfectly.