Chevy just announced that they are building 69 COPO Camaros for 2012 and they’re expected to be the quickest Camaros offered. The Camaros are Chevy’s first purpose-built Camaro drag-racing specialty car designed to compete with the quickest in NHRA’s Stock Eliminator and Super Stock classes. The 69-car production for the 2012 COPO Camaro actually matches the number of “ZL-1” COPO Camaros made in 1969. COPO is short for Central Office Production Order, which was the special-order system that Chevy dealers used to build high-performance models in the 1960s. The COPO Camaros will be built using factory “body-in-white” body structures that are the same body shells available to all racers under Chevrolet Performance. Delivers for the COPO Camaros will begin in summer.