Danbury Mint / 1969
Chevrolet COPO Camaro 427 Coupe / 1:24th Scale
Scale 1:24; 7 1/4" in length.
In 1969, a select few high-profile Chevy
dealers were able to order a Camaro with a 427 cubic inch engine through a
Central Office Production Order, even though GM had placed a ban on engines
larger than 400 cubic inches being put into its midsize cars. Less than 1,000
COPO Camaro’s were ever built.
from "Jay's Pittsburgh"
Danbury Mint Collection
We were so impressed with the
presentation of this collection, that Vinny drove 12 hours round trip to
personally inspect and
"Jay's Pittsburgh" Danbury
Mint Collection was purchased directly from Danbury, placed in airtight
display cases in an upstairs climate controlled office loft since new. No
pets, no dust, no sunlight exposure.
Mint in the Box condition,
paint finish is like-new as delivered by DM.
All models include a
separate file folder
containing title with
original owner's name, care instructions, color brochure or mailer and
Mint original boxes with no
shelf wear that show they were well cared for in storage. There is no
writing by the collector on the boxes.
Most of this collection has
their original door, hood & trunk protectors, interior foam blocks and
protective tissue inside the styrofoam. Emblem acrylic protectors have been
removed, but the emblems are intact.
Jay is a meticulous and very
organized classic car enthusiast and the condition of this collection
reflects his attention to detail. You will not be disappointed!
Part #: DM1456M
Condition: Mint in
the Box w/ Papers