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1969 Berger SS Camaro 427 COPO 9561/9737

Berger Chevrolet was another high performance Chevrolet dealership in Grand Rapids, Michigan. They were a lower profile high performance dealership producing about 50 of these double COPO Camaros. The 1969 Camaro is already recognized as one of the most popular musclecars of all time. Berger Chevrolet's factory orders of 69 Camaro’s with two COPO resulted in a performance car of great significance.  The primary COPO 9561 was the high performance cast iron 427 motor. The accompanying COPO 9737 was called the sports car conversion package. COPO 9737 consisted of special gauges, racing suspension, and bigger E70 X 15 tires mounted on steel rally wheels.

The Camaro shown here was equipped from the factory with 427 COPO 9561, COPO 9737 sports car conversion, Turbo 400 automatic, 12-bolt 4.11 posi, dual chambered exhaust, power front disc brakes, E70x15 raised white letter tires, rally wheels, ZL2 air induction hood, black buckets, AM/FM radio, console with console shift, 140 MPH speedo, dash tach, center fuel gauge, style trim group, black vinyl roof, special body color front bumper, front spoiler, rear spoiler, and rear bumper guards.

The Berger logo emblem is attached on the rear tail pan and states the words “by Berger” in script letters. On the air cleaner lid is a decal stating Berger's slogan “Prescribed Power”. Sounds just like what the doctor ordered to satisfy one's need to go fast. The number of these produced was far less than Yenko’s with very few surviving today.

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