Gateway Classic Cars of Milwaukee is excited to present this
awesome 1969 Chevrolet Yenko Chevelle Clone. A limited production
vehicle that was equipped with a special package including a 427
V-8 producing 425hp. A special ducted hood, dual exhaust, heavy
duty radiator , and stiffer suspensions. Unlike earlier years
Yenkos, the 1969 Chevelle was built on the GM assembly line and not
as a dealer installed package. Buyers had a choice of either the
M-21 four speed or the Turbo Hydramatic 400 automatic transmission.
A total of 201 Chevelle Yenko models were sold in 1969. 171 were
sold with four-speed transmissions and 30 with automatic
transmissions. It is estimated that a total just over 325 Yenkos
were produced in 1969. Making a REAL Yenko a rare commodity in
todays market. Our 1969 Chevrolet Yenko Clone is not quite the real
thing, but the car surely doest not dissapoint. Under the hood is a
454 V-8 attached to a Muncie four-speed transmission. A Chevrolet
Twelve-bolt posi rear end and Hotchkis Sport Suspension makes this
Chevelle on mean machine. Painted in Orange with a super sport hood
and black out SS front grille and tail panels. Accented with all
the Yenko black stripes and appropruate badging you would expect.
Power steering and power front vented disk brakes makes this
Chevelle a true joy to drive. Even the black vinyl bucket seats
come with the "sYc" logo on the headrests. Don't miss out on this
1969 Chevrolet Yenko Clone. This Chevelle is a fine interpretation
of what is truly a major piece of American muscle car history.
"Thank You" Don Yenko.
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