Here is an absolutely beautiful 1969 Chevrolet Yenko Nova tribute that has received a recent professionally done, body off restoration. This car is a very accurate and period correct recreation of the real Yenko Nova as far as looks and equipment. It is powered by a 427ci big block out of a '69 Corvette, backed by a 4-speed Muncie manual transmission. The car is finished in stunning Butternut Yellow with black Yenko stripes. Everything is new on this car from front to back with a lot of attention to detail. It runs and drives better then it looks. The car is very tight, fast and very fun to drive.
This Yenko Nova looks amazing with stunning paint, body and fit. It has a completely solid as a rock body. The car has an amazing paint finish done in Butternut Yellow with black Yenko stripes and is near flawless. It was a base coat, clear coat paint job that was hand rubbed to a smooth as glass finish. All the glass is excellent and all the rubbers are like new. It is sitting on a set of aluminum mag wheels with new Firestone tires.
The black interior looks amazing and is all throughout. Everything works in the car including the original radio. The only thing that doesn't is the clock and speedo. Inside the trunk is very clean with its correct jack and trunk mat but is missing the spare tire.
The car runs and drives excellent. It has a rebuilt big block 427ci engine out of a 1969 Corvette that runs like a top, backed by a 4-speed manual transmission. Under the hood in beautifully detailed and correct looking with an aluminum intake, holly carb, and correct exhaust manifolds. The car has a completely new exhaust system with a rebuilt front and rear suspension. The previous owner spared no expense while restoring this car and it shows. This car needs absolutely nothing mechanically and is ready to drive and enjoy.
If you have any additional questions please call us at 480-281-2059 or call our sales manager Jimmy directly at 608-215-8300. We can help with shipping quotes and arrangements. I also welcome all International buyers. The car is located in beautiful sunny Scottsdale, AZ.
This is the tenth and final car in a 10-day countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s annual Northeast auction
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