by Steve Alexander
Before life became filled with acronyms such as, LOL, BFF, FAQ, FYI, YMMV, and the one all married men hear at home– EOD (End of Discussion), there were a couple of acronyms that filled the soul of a Camaro owner: Z28 and COPO. Let’s take a look at what the meaning of RPO is, and what is offered, or in some cases would not be offered, to a new Camaro buyer.
First let’s define RPO– it stands for Regular Production Option. For those of you who have sat at a new car salesman’s desk, gripping your pencil tightly as you agonized over the seemingly endless options list, checking off just the right additions to build your dream machine, just like the one on the poster that hung over your bed as a kid, then you are already familiar with RPO codes. I’ll give you a quick rundown of some of the most famous, common, and unusual Camaro RPO codes, focusing on the B4C code. GM designated this code as, “The Special Service Package”, or in layman terms, it’s known as “The Police Package”.
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