Gateway Classic Cars is excited to present this 1969 Chevrolet
Camaro Yenko/SC clone at our Milwaukee location. The iconic Camaro
was introduced in 1966 for the 1967 model year. Being designed by
General Motors to directly compete with the Ford Mustang. During
its long successful run Chevrolet has sold more than five million
Camaros. The first generation Camaro ran from 1967-1969 offering
trim packages including a standard, Super Sport and a Z28 model was
added in the last half of 1967. In 1969 the Camaro received all new
sheet metal except for the hood and deck lid,resulting in a much
sportier look. New door skins and rear quarter panels gave the 69
Camaro a much wider/lower stance. Our 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko
S/C Clone is a great example of the muscle car era. The Yenko
package came to be because General Motors would not install engines
larger than 400cu in, in their mid-size and smaller cars. Don Yenko
heard the call for more power and started installing 427s into the
Camaro producing a whopping 450hp. Only 106 of these gems were
built. This 1969 Yenko Clone is as close as you will get to the
real deal without the large price tag. Of course, under the hood is
a 427 V-8 attached to a Muncie 4-speed transmission. A 12-bolt posi
rear end with a 3.73 gear ratio makes this Camaro one mean machine.
The unmistakable orange paint and Yenko Graphic package will turn
heads where ever it goes. AN all new black vinyl interior invites
you in to experience all thi9s 1969 Camaro has to offer. Options
include power steering, power brakes, seat belts, American Racing
wheels, raised white letter tires and aftermarket gauge package.
Whether you are looking for your first classic Camaro or looking to
add to your distinguished collection, this 1969 Chevrolet Camaro
Yenko/SC Clone is looking for a new home.
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