This 1970 Chevrolet Nova Yenko Deuce tribute is part history
lesson, part fresh build, part comfortable classic, and all muscle
machine. So dig deep into the details on the V8, A/C interior, and
the cool upgrades that makes this a worthy one to pay homage to the
The Yenko Deuce was a short run of coupes designed to fly under the
radar of insurance premiums. Well, as long as your insurance agent
didn't see it in-person. After all, the bold red upgrade on this
one instantly attracts attention. There's nothing understated about
the special stripe package that starts at the headlights and runs
the full profile until it meets at the trunk for a very fitting "Y"
on this Yenko (those super-straight doors make it look like an
unbroken line down the profile.) Plus, there are the stipes on the
hood and a graphic proudly announcing that the Deuce has arrived.
You have more great classic elements, like the chrome bumpers and
correct Yenko badging. But this one also likes to go for some extra
flair with upgrades like the smooth grille, color-matched front air
dam, and an upgraded set of 17-inch ION alloys.
Inside, there's even more great details, like the Yenko Deuce logos
on the doors, iconic Yenko headrest treatment, and an overall tidy
feeling of investment. Newer seat covers and fresher carpeting make
the black interior inviting. Plus, there are comfortable upgrades
like the AM/FM/CD stereo and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning.
The grippy sports steering wheel and upgraded floor shifter give
you the instant tingle of performance. Looking for the tach? It's
mounted out on the hood so it's always at eye-level.
Under the hood is the original numbers-matching 350 cubic-inch V8.
It looks ready to show off with the bold block and plenty of
polished components radiating power from within the dark engine
bay. The Yenko Deuce was a true small block car, and this upholds
that tradition, especially because it's also upgraded for
performance. It has a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and
big headers feeding the sweet-sounding dual exhaust. Plus, it has
the right supporting components like steel-braided hoses, upgraded
pulleys, and a large aluminum radiator. Because this is a powerful
package, you have nice upgrades in control, like the CPP tubular
A-arm front suspension, modern sport tires, and drilled & slotted
front disc brakes. Plus, features like power steering, breaks, and
the three-speed automatic transmission make this power Nova also an
This is a fitting tribute to one of the most interesting chapters
in the Yenko history. So don't let this deal slip away, call