This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro has been restored to look like a true
Yenko machine. So when you can get it in a attention-grabbing
color, with a mean big block under the hood and four-on-the-floor,
it has the all the right moves to be the perfect vintage coupe
you'll want to take everywhere.
A well-restored look with nice chrome and good body panels always
make for a desirable look on these classic Camaros. But that's not
what first catches your eye here. This is a mean muscle machine,
and the bold and deep orange means it will really attract day or
night (doesn't this one just look like it could glow in the dark?)
But what really draws you in are the correct investments that makes
this a terrific Yenko tribute. After all, the specific Yenko hood
stripe has an aggressive style that also showcases the cowl hood.
This kicks off a terrific dark side that includes the front
spoiler, full-length Yenko S/C side stripes, blackout rear panel,
and fresh vinyl roof. And those redline tires on competition-style
American Racing Torq Thrust wheels are pure vintage
The interior has been done with a fresh presentation. This is for
detail loves with the ionic iconic houndstooth cloth inserts
radiating within the darkness, and they have the premium button-top
look and the correct sYc headrests on the bucket seats. The moment
you sit down, you know this one was specially built for the driver.
There's an upgraded armrest center console, a bluetooth stereo
under the driver's seat and just ahead of that is the Hurst
shifter. And you'll love the grippy three-spoke Chevy sports
steering wheel that gives you a clear view of the large
speedometer, large tachometer, and useful auxiliary gauges.
We know you've seen the 427 callouts, and well, that's a bit of a
lie... because this is a larger 454 cubic-inch big block filling
the engine bay. It looks fantastic with all the correct Yenko
decals, bright valve covers, and correct gasket sealing the intake
to the fresh air cowl hood. This V8 has been upgraded with a Holley
four-barrel carburetor, an aluminum intake, and long tube headers.
So it growls to life with a great big block sound out of the dual
exhaust. The Muncie M21 close-ratio four-speed manual transmission
gives you gives control over the power package. This feed a stout
12-bolt Positraction rear end that has 4.10 gears for quick
take-offs. Subframe connectors and wide BF Goodrich T/As help with
the confident performance, and power brakes w/front discs give you
firm stopping power.
This is the sharp Yenko tribute that loves to run. So if you like
true muscle car power and flair, don't let this coupe slip away.