“COPO” stands for “Central Office Production Option,” and refers to GM cars built with special options by dealer request. Many COPO cars were odd combinations such as big-block powered station wagons, but others have become legend. The best known of the 1969 COPO Camaros built with 427 power were ordered by performance-specialist dealers Nickey and Yenko, but they did not have a monopoly on the cars, and this one was originally sold in Canada.
Unless your first name is “Louis” and your last name is “CK,” you probably won’t have enough in your PayPal account to pay for this car, so plan ahead.
Find this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro COPO 427 for sale in New York, here on eBay.