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Old 11-21-2001, 02:24 AM
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Topstock, yes the vin can be given out here on this site for the X44D80 car with body #370697. It's N666604. Thank you Ken B. and Kurt S. They have done alot to find out more on the car but have hit dead ends, but I really appreciate the effort.
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Old 11-21-2001, 03:15 AM
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Kurt,
How does the trim tag identify the car as a Harrell COPO? Didn't Harrell get all his COPOs through authorized Chevrolet Dealers?


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Old 11-21-2001, 04:48 AM
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Happened to be lucky and have a verified Harrell COPO only one body # off from this car.
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Old 11-21-2001, 12:25 PM
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Kurt,
Do you think there is a consecutive body run on Harrell prepared COPO's like the Yenko run? Do you have a COPO car before 06A? Since he used 375 SS cars to build his 427 Camaros as late as 01B, when do you feel he switched to the COPO program? We are working on a 01B 427 SS conversion and an 06A COPO Harrell. Have you documented a Harrell COPO that was not a turbo 400 on the column? The Harrell stuff is hard to get info on...BKH
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Old 11-21-2001, 02:29 PM
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Yes, it looks like he may have ordered batches of them. Real hard to tell how many batches or how big of batches since we only have data on 2 Harrell COPO's, with only 1 car in between no less. Both are column shift autos.
The nature of the database is waiting to find a documented car to figure some of this out.
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Topstock;
Any more news on this Glacier Blue Harrell Camaro? Did you guys get in touch with Larry in Arkansas?
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I don't know about the COPO Camaros but the COPO Chevelles certainly weren't built in groups. I have yet to see two consecutive numbers. That isn't to say that a dealer didn't order a batch at one time. They would get spread out in the scheduling.

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Old 01-11-2002, 09:36 AM
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Yes, the owner has spoken to him, very nice fellow, said he owned the car two times! Such luck. We think the engine was in it when it came to MN, hoping to maybe start searching for it. The history is fuzzy once it got here.



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