2013 COPO Chevrolet Camaro
The 2013 COPO Camaro is the second coming of the Chevrolet super
car. Originally produced in 1969
as a drag racing only vehicle this 2013 model stays true to
it's heritage. This new COPO is also a race only machine not designed
for city roads. Featuring a ton of power, little sound deadening,
few power accessories, a roll cage, and no back seat there is no
doubt it best belongs blasting down a quarter mile. In fact, the
2013 COPO Camaro is manufactured to the strict standards of the
NHRA in order to compete in NHRA Stock Eliminator and Super Stock
The chassis features a solid axle and can be mated with a variety
of engine combinations. The least powerful options uses a 350hp
5.3L V8. Also, available is the 500hp 6.5 V8 or the monster 7.0L
V8 that features 435hp. Transmission options include an ATI Pro
Glide automatic or G Force G101A four speed standard. The rear axle
features a Strange Engineering 9 inch with a light weight spool
and light weight axles. Wheels and tires are special Bogart racing
wheels featuring 9 by 30 inch rear slicks and racing skinnies in
The interior of the COPO Camaro is business only. It features a
chrome moly roll bar, a host of dash gauges, and aftermarket shifter
to ensure quick shifts. The dash also contains control switches
for the starter, ignition, cooling fans, water pump, and lights.
Holding the driver in the seat is a set of RJC 3 inch restraints
and window net.
To handle all the power the suspension has also been upgraded.
Features such as Strange Engineering struts, shocks, and springs
ensure a firm footing for the Camaro. To slow things down at the
top end of the track Chevrolet installed billet 4 piston calipers
and vented rotors
A total of 69 2013 COPO Camaro's will be built with early factor
indications the program will continue for future years.
Production: estimated to be 69 units