Chevrolet has announced they will make 69 units of the 2013 COPO Camaro and clients will be identified starting next week.

Chevrolet has announced they will make 69 units of the 2013 COPO Camaro and clients will be identified starting next week.

Last year they built the same amount of cars, even though orders exceeded 3,000 requests. The 2013MY has a starting price of 86,000 USD and will be available with two all-new engines, along with a new manual gearbox.

The entry-level engine is a 350-cubic-inch producing 325 hp (242 kW), followed by a 396-cubic-inch rated at 375 hp (279 kW) and the range-topping 427 cubic-inch generating 425 hp (317 kW). As standard, all engines benefit from a high-feature fuel-injection system with a new Holley HP EFI electronic control unit taking care of the engine management. The rear axle gearing will be optimized for each car.

Some of the changes over the 2012MY include dedicated racing wiring harness, a "heritage" grille, updated interior with new switch panel and different carpet, revised front springs, transmission cooler integrated with the radiator and standard-production (non-HID) headlamps. The car can be had in five colors and with graphic options with engine-size call-outs.

Note: Those who want to purchase the model will have to sign up on the COPO Camaro Mailing List at chevroletperformance.com today. More info is available in the attached press release.

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