The 1969 COPO Camaro was a high-performance version of Chevrolet’s top tier car. The COPO was not only incredibly powerful—it also came with a 427 cubic-inch ZL-1 engine. The performance of the COPO ZL1 was staggering for the day. With the stock dual exhaust and tires, the car could trip the quarter in the low 13s. A little tuning, custom exhaust headers, and slicks would get the COPO ZL1 into the mid 11s at roughly 120 mph. The COPO Camaro was one of the first muscle cars to be used for the Can Am series, and it revolutionized this branch of motorsports forever.