This 1972 Chevrolet Nova SS Yenko Tribute has a hot color, a
powerful small block, and four-on-the-floor. It all makes for that
deal kind of classic where style meets substance in a package
that's ready to show off right now.
The paint that instantly grabs all your attention is called Orange
Flame. It's actually the factory-correct color for this car, but it
has been given a high-quality respray to make sure it is as vibrant
as possible. This orange is a great foundation to really bring out
the well-coordinated dark side. The blackout SS grille, blackout
rear panel, and premium taut vinyl roof all have a timelessly
attractive look against the paint. And of course, the best dark
piece is the full striping that pays tribute to the special Yenko
cars. It's a full package with the full-length Yenko S/C stripe and
we all love the way the hood stripe makes the upgraded fiberglass
cowl hood look even more aggressive. And those polished US Mags
alloys with 17/18 inch front/rear stance add both flair and
attitude to this attractively finished power Nova.
The black accenting on the outside gets you ready for the full
black interior. There's room in this car to take along family and
friends, and it has a clean/complete attractive style, but you can
instantly tell this car is focused on the driver. You have
high-back bucket seats up front with the Yenko's sYc logo. There's
a Hurst floor shifter, Grant GT sports steering wheel, and the
auxiliary gauge trio under the dash is there to let you keep an eye
on what's going on under the hood.
The engine bay looks both clean and mean with smooth black inner
walls that funnel your attention to the clean and bright orange
heart in the middle. This is a 350 cubic-inch V8 that has been
upgraded with an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, an Edelbrock
intake, and a polished set of long tube headers that add power
while contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. It makes for
a hot motor that you fully control thanks to the four-speed manual
transmission. So it has the right feel for a Yenko car. Plus,
subframe connectors, power brakes, front discs, and modern tires
afforded by the wheel upgrades all help give this a confident
feeling on the road.
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.
1972 Chevrolet Nova
Exterior Color:Orange Flame
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