As the ad says:
"1969 Camaro X44 COPO Camaro Cowl tag. 12347 denotes V8. 711 denotes black, standard interior. 59 59 denotes frost green exterior. 06A denotes built first week of June. X44 denotes base car or COPO car. This tag is a perfect addition to anyone building or cloning X44 COPO 427 Camaro."
Why would anyone waste their time and money buying an X44 tag? I mean if they have a Norwood built Camaro that is not an RS, SS or Z28, which was made from mid December of 1968 or later, it is bound to be an X44 anyway.
I hope the idiot who buys that tag takes off and throws away an X22 D80 tag and makes his high dollar COPO clone. That COPO clone which will be worth far less than a real X22D80 in good condition. I mean come on, people buying X44 tags? Give me a break!! Don't get me wrong I love X44's too...I just wouldn't buy an X44 tag.
Some low life scammer will buy it and put the tag on a 10D 124379N5XXXXX car and call it a real matching numbers LE/SE one of a kind car owned & driven by Speed Racer and his older brother Racer X's personal COPO supertuned by Chim Chim & Spritel.
Seems allot of people don't know what the X codes stands for. There are people out there that think X44 denotes a COPO, just as some people think all X11s are SS cars. Hopefully these tags make it into the database so we have reference of it down the road.
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