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COPO stands for "Central Office Purchase Order". This was how Chevrolet dealers got around limitations on certain car models. Chevrolet wanted anyone who wanted the 427 CI engine to buy a Corvette. But then a Corvette doesn't have a back seat or trunk (please not that is not the real reason). Anyway some people wanted a Camaro with the 427 thus the COPO Camaro. In 1969 1015 were built thus the one this model is based on sold for $231,000 which is respectable. If a car guy sees you driving one you will have his respect. Unless you put modern rims with rubber band tires.
As for the model you can see the the COPO label on the left front and right rear. It has the typical high quality details of Greenlight models. I can put it next to the COPO Nova.