Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to present this 1969
Chevrolet Yenko Camaro Tribute. Yenko's story is legendary, and
prices on real Yenko vehicles bear out his wonderful legacy of high
performance and factory-built horsepower. With prices spiraling
ever higher on pedigreed examples, the smart hobbyist who likes
driving his hardware buys a tribute car like this Garnet Red 1969
example. With the same fire-breathing 427 under the hood, the
dazzling Yenko graphics package it's the ultimate drivable
dream.Code 52 Garnet Red is one of the handful of hues that were
offered on the originals, lending this car some additional
authenticity. There are, of course, the bright white body stripes
with Yenko S/C (for 'Super Car') callouts on the quarter panels,
but there are also a myriad of badges advertising the thumping 427
under the hood, as well as a lovely Yenko badge affixed under the
stock Camaro script on the front fenders. Under the hood is 1969
vintage L72 427 under the hood, which according to the owner has
been rebuilt to factory specs including 11:1 compression with
forged aluminum pistons and closed chambered heads, Factory
aluminum intake manifold cast correct for L72 engines, 750 Holley
carb and more. Paired with a M22 Rock Crusher 4-speed Muncie
transmission Imagine how this Yenko can get up and go! There's
simply nothing like keying up that legendary 427. The sound, the
feeling of the idle, and the relentless surge of torque as you
power through the gears. Even back in the day these were legitimate
12-second cars, and even today's world of 600 horsepower Corvettes,
performance is impressive. If you're looking for an impressive
tribute that may fool even the keenest Yenko aficionado this is the
one you want to own! Options include AM/FM radio, spare tire, power
brakes, power steering, houndstooth interior, seat belts, and alloy
wheels wrapped in white letter bias ply tires.
1969 Chevrolet Camaro
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