This 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle is one of the finest Yenko Clones I have ever had the privilege of owning. The vehicle runs very strong handles better then new and its exterior paint is very-very nice. I have enjoyed the car for several years upon purchasing it out of Los Angeles form a large collection of Muscle cars, the gentleman had said he bought the car back in 1995 before his taste for authentic muscle cars grew into what it is today. he had numerous high dollar Numbers matching Corvettes, Hemi cars, 2 real documented Yenko’s and a slew of other unique Muscle and Race cars from the early 60’s. Although the car was not correct for his collection he could never sell it because he said it was always such fun to drive and enjoy and performed even better than some of his high prize beauties and it’s true. The fit and finish of this car is superb the ride is so tight 90-110 on the freeway is surprisingly safe and smooth. Simply stated the car runs and drives just fantastic and there are no disappointments what so ever. Please email us for a test drive video or check in the inspection video on our website. Vehicle is equipped with Period correct 427 V8 with 450hp and coupled to a 4 Speed. Call David at 1-619-515-2220 or 1-619-451-2130 firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.pmautos.com
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