Finished in Corvette Bronze over a black standard interior, this over-the-top 1968 Yenko recreation has undergone a complete rotisserie restoration to very high standards. Only 64 cars were originally built by Yenko and it’s believed that only about ⅓ exist today. All ‘68 Yenko Camaros were ordered as 396 cars and were swapped with 427 CI block once they were in the Yenko facility.
With just 30 test miles, the car just received a complete rotisserie restoration to show standards and is an absolute stunner with nicely wet sanded paint, all new trim/chrome, new weather stripping, and all new glass. The view is no different underneath with the fully restored undercarriage done is correct GM satin black.
The interior is new from top to bottom and features the correct 140 MPH Speedometer, Stewart Warner gauges(common Yenko option) Yenko steering wheel center. Take a peek under the dash and everything is nice and new including all of the wiring.
Rally Sport package
Period correct 427
Date code correct Muncie M21 4-speed transmission and Hurst shifter
12 bolt rear axle
Chrome valve covers and air cleaner
Power front disc brakes
140 MPH speedometer
Tachometer and Stuart Warner gauges
Dual snorkel fiberglass hood
Front and rear spoilers
Pontiac Rallye II steel wheels and Yenko center caps
Firestone Super Sport Wide Oval Polyglas tires
Engine: Period Correct 427 CI V8
Engine Block Number: 3916321
Engine Casting Date: H67 (August 1967)
Engine Stamp Pad: CE850202
Transmission: 4-Speed Manual (18S405537 P8S14 - Muncie M21 - November 14, 1968)
Axle: 3894860 (12 Bolt)
No matter what kind of classics you are into, this car is so nice and crisp looking, it’s hard not to stare.
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