Don Yenko is well-known for his incredible Camaro builds from the 1960s era. While some may argue that this classic is a just clone, this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko tribute is so much more than that. This vintage gem was built to as a tribute to Don Yenko, and it was recreated as close to the original specifications of a Yenko Camaro as possible. Art & Speed is pleased to offer the opportunity to own this sweet '69 Chevy Camaro "Yenko" tribute.
Factory Hugger Orange is sprayed on the exterior and is adorned with correct Yenko stripes and badges. It is not hard to see why this classic beauty can easily be mistaken for a purebred Yenko creation. Only 1,449 miles have accumulated on the clock.
Tucked inside the clean engine bay is a newly built and period-correct 427cui V8 engine with a 12:1 compression ratio. Power is shifted down to the 12-bolt limited-slip rear end thanks to a Muncie M21 manual 4-speed transmission. The engine features the correct square-port heads and intake, fresh 850 Holley carburetor, and an L88 camshaft among other things. When quenching the thirst for fuel, this classic favors 105 octane. New parts installed include the brakes, brake lines, and fuel lines. Rebuilt suspension and steering make this powerful classic easy to drive.
Open the doors to a pristine black interior with standard bucket seats that look as if they've never been sat in, and even the headrests are embroidered with the proper Yenko logo. A Hurst four-speed shifter sits inside the factory console. To complete the like-new interior, new door panels, headliner, and carpet have been installed to keep this classic feeling brand new.
This classic bombshell is listed at $58,900. If you are interested in this stunning recreation of a 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko tribute car, contact Art & Speed today. You might not want to wait to submit an offer on this excellent example because it surely won't be on the market for long.
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