September 2004 Feature car:
Vic D'Agostino's 1969 COPO Chevelle
|Engine (factory):||L-72 (427/425hp)|
|Rear:||4.10 posi 12 bolt|
|Exterior color:||Fathom Green|
"This Fathom green/ green interior COPO came out of Malcom-Conner Chevrolet, NJ, and is considered to be the highest optioned COPO known to date. It came from the factory with bucket seats –console- gauges- M-22 (Rock Crusher) 4-sp trans-chambered exhaust- floor mats- and courtesy light package, and of course a nasty 427/425 Hp."
"The car traveled from New Jersey to Pennsylvania to Kentucky to Iowa before making its way to me where, finally after about 18 years a body off restoration finally became complete, in June ’04 the COPO made its way to Chevellabration in Nashville, Ten, and received the ACES award, and proudly stood among some of the best cars in the country at the SCR # 7 in Collinsville, Illinois in September ‘04, This special car would not have been brought back without the assistance of Tom Ipjian, Lloyd Christensen, and Mike Hepler….. Thanks to all."
(Written by: Vic & sYc)
(sYc-special thanks to Vic for the pictures and info)
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