ZP2 is a color trim override . How did someone know that it existed when making an order ? Like the COPO orders,it wasnt something that was openly available. Does anyone have any info on this override? I am aware the dealer had to sign off on it as well as the customer stating that he could not opt out of the car if he didnt like the color etc...Most importantly, if a color override was NOT a special order - - paint,why would you need a color override if it was available in the first place. I am convinced a white interior was not a COPO available interior color for sure on a chevelle and most likely on a camaro as Ive never seen any documented examples of camaros with it . I have had 2[and know of no other] full paperwork 427 copo chevelles w parchment interiors . One had the ZP2 on the paperwork, and the other had a special designation in the interior box[prefer not to elaborate exactly what it is] .....I guess the last question is what cars would not have been available in the normal color schemes available on other models
?? IE If a 69 z28 was not available in frost green for example, that needed a color overide to order it that way . Could a convertible be ordered with a houndstooth interior with a ZP2 if it wasnt a pace car. Sorry for all the questions.