This is a unique and fun "Street-Mod" Yenko clone that is ready for the street or track. This car was a project that was started by the previous owner back in 2010 and one that never got completed until we purchased the car and finished it off over the past 6 months. The car has a rebuilt 140hp engine with a new Holly 390, center-mount 4bbl carburetor. We also installed chambered mufflers on stock 140 exhaust logs to give the car a nice "deep" and "throaty" exhaust sound. The stock drum brakes have all been gone through and the car also has a new clutch, throwout bearing, etc. accompanied by a 3.27 rear end prior to the installation of the rebuilt engine. This Stinger clone has an integrated rear spoiler, Yenko "sail panels" and striping, a hoop roll bar as well as a custom fiberglass front air dam. This car is a unique and fun blend of street and track that is sure to turn heads wherever it goes! For more information, please call Chris Shade @ (402) 460-7097. Thanks! -- Shade's Classic Corvairs is a Corvair specialty shop with over 40+ Corvairs available at all times. We sell, repair, restore and race Corvairs for a living. Check us out @ www.shadesclassiccars.com.
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