Chevy is selling the first 2015 COPO Camaro sport vehicle to raise money for the Achilles Freedom Team of Wounded Veterans (AFTW) campaign. The hand-built monster will be sold on Saturday, April, 18. The whole winning bid will be given to the non-profit organization AFTW, that helps disabled people to improve their physical abilities.
Chevrolet showed the 2015 COPO Camaro last fall at the SEMA show in Las Vegas. The incredible look includes the Abalone White exterior and the monstrous 350-cubic-inch LSX sport engine, that produces overall of 555 hp (408 kW). The powerplant works in full harmony with the especially designed three-speed automatic gearbox, that together bring incredible performance and system response.
Each COPO Camaro vehicle is hand built and is designed to take place at the NHRA Stock Eliminator drag race. Interesting fact is that "COPO" comes from Central Office Production Order, a process used in the 1960s for fleet managers, who order unusual combinations of technology gadgets.
The 2016 COPO Camaro comes with a special safety system, that is NHRA-approved. It includes a special roll-cage and solid axle system, that altogether ensure a safe and comfortable ride.
The COPO Camaro bid will start at Friday, April 18.
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