This documented genuine Yenko Deuce Nova has been treated to a high-caliber no-expense-spared, rotisserie nut-and-bolt restoration. It's an outstanding example. It is listed as car number "HYS 141" on the Yenko delivery sheets and is one of 175 total produced. It's finished in the rare springtime-only color of Citrus Green. It's powered by a correct-dated and stamped COPO 9010-optioned 350/360hp LT1 engine backed to a correct-dated and stamped Munice M21 4-speed manual transmission. It's factory equipped with the COPO 9737 sport-car conversion package consisting of the heavy-duty F41 suspension and sway bar and 4:10 posi-traction hooked to a 12-bolt rear end. The laser-straight body with show-quality paint features a fully detailed underside with all-correct inspection markings and decals as well as show-quality chrome and stainless. The fully detailed trunk is equipped with the correct jack and spare XT rim and tire. Many original and NOS parts were used during the restoration, including the four Atlas wheels. It's fully documented with a complete owner history, letter from original owner, VIN on the Yenko delivery sheets, listed in the Yenko Deuce Registry and NCRS Data Shipping Report (showing Yenko as the selling dealer). It was a past feature car on Yenko.net, a feature car in Muscle Car Review magazine, featured in Super Chevy magazine and also featured in the hardcover book "Yenko: The Man, the Machines, the Legend" by Bob McClurg. This example still retains its original Trim Tag and hidden VIN numbers along with a breakdown of all its mechanicals with part numbers and date codes. This Yenko has been with its last owner for over 17 years.