HorsePower gets behind the scenes access to the complete creation of a new limited-edition COPO Camaro. You'll witness the streamlined engine-building process and the meticulous car assembly of this rare Camaro designed for Stock Eliminator competition.
COPO is a true racing machine. It is specifically offered for off-highway, competitive NHRA use only. It cannot be registered, titled, licensed, or driven on public roads or highways. The COPO Camaro is designed to NHRA racing specifications, including a solid axle and a full chrome-moly roll cage. Inside, most of the standard sound-deadening and power accessories have been deleted in order to optimize weight for NHRA racing. Also included: a pair of racing bucket seats (no rear seat), a safety harness for the driver, a competition floor shifter, and Chevrolet Performance gauges.
See Bob Tyler, president of Husky Liners receive his COPO Camaro in 2012 from Detriot. Today, his COPO is driven by NHRA veteran, Todd Patterson of Patterson Racing.