Is a future collectible in your garage?
Chevrolet COPO Camaro
With none of the frills or amenities of mainstream Camaros — such as a backseat — the race-engineered COPO version instead houses a roll cage. The first production unit was donated to charity and sold at January's Barrett-Jackson auction in Scottsdale for $700,000.
Hagerty says: Chevrolet basically guarantees future collectibility of the drag-strip-ready COPO Camaro by limiting production to 69 units.