1967 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko Tribute Odometer is 51094 miles below
market average! Blue RWD
The drivetrain collects an M21 close-ratio four-speed that takes
torque from an 11-inch Zoom clutch disc and GM ""621"" pressure
plate. A stock driveshaft carries it to the Posi-traction
differential and 3.55:1 ring-and-pinion in the 10-bolt axlehousing.
Notice there are no airbags, trick springs, or mega-disc brakes. It
posts all the original equipment except for Monroe shock absorbers.
Drum brakes all around are artfully downplayed by 14�6 American
Racing Torq-Thrusts wrapped in F70-14 Firestone Wide Oval
427 cu. in. V-8 engine; correct block and intake
Four-speed manual transmission
Always shown, driven very little
Equipped with Stewart Warmer tachometer and accessory gauges
Features console, bucket seats, and radio
Wonderful homage to the legendary Yenko Camaros
Featured in Camaro Performers magazine and Superchevy to name a
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