This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro has been restored/updated to look like a
true Yenko machine. So when you can get it in an attention-grabbing
coupe with a mean big block under the hood and four-on-the-floor,
it has all the right moves to be the perfect vintage machine you'll
want to take everywhere.
The sharp look of nice chrome, good body panels, and legendary
LeMans Blue 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 with the correct investments that make this a
terrific Yenko tribute. After all, the specific Yenko hood stripe
has an aggressive style that also showcases the cowl hood. This
coordinates with the full-length Yenko S/C side stripes that even
flows up onto the rear spoiler. The chin spoiler and blackout
grille put a mean face forward, and there are extra meaty tires in
the rear for an aggressive stance. It all makes for the kind of car
that can proudly wear the Yenko badge.
The interior has a proper classic style, right down to the correct
sYc logo decals on the headrests. And this full dark package has
the right features to get down to speedy business. Front bucket
seats, a center console in-between, a Hurst shifter, and a
three-spoke sports steering wheel on a tilt column makes for a
great driver-oriented setup.
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's a strong runner that inhales deeper with a
Demon four-barrel carburetor. And long tube headers allow it to
exhale better as they add power and rumble to the dual exhaust.
There are even good supporting components, including the Optima
battery, MSD ignition, and an aluminum radiator. You are in full
control of it all as the Muncie four-speed manual transmission
feeds a stout 12-bolt rear end. Power steering, power brakes, front
discs, and wide BF Goodrich T/As help with the confident all-around
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.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
Location:Lithia Springs, Georgia
Exterior Color:Lemans Blue
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