Originally Posted by thejudgemeister
I knew about the VIN numbers. I had not thought about the safety features. I had been wondering why they couldn't give it a VIN and if it would be possible for someone to modify one to make it street legal just to have a legal one with that kind of power under the hood. I am thinking that it would be easier to take a legal one and add upgrades... much like the people of Camaro5.
I would love to know, just out of curiosity what the costs would be to take a COPO and make it street legal.
You are never going to get any state to issue a license plate for a car without a VIN.
It is a purpose built race car, and was never intended to be street legal.
GM didn't submit the car for any kind of federally required emissions or safety testing.
It would be like trying to license a NHRA, NASCAR, or other purpose built race cars for the street. Ain't gonna happen.
Originally Posted by newb
It would be cheaper to buy/build the COPO engine/drivetrain and add it to an SS
The COPO is a $90k race car