"Dream Car Automotive / Restoration" is proud to anounce the unveiling of this 1970 Yenko Deuce Tribute next month. No its not a real Yenko, but it's not a 200 plus thousand $$$ either, which is approximately what they trading hands for - that is if you can even find one for sale.
The transformation started with a quite solid & straight 70 Nova V8 307 with an automatic transmission. It received all NEW floors pans & the rest of the undercarriage was media blasted down to bare medal. Etch primed, epoxy sealed & then "3" coats of Red Oxide to give it that as delivery factory look. The sub-frame was removed media blasted & painted POR15 chassis paint & semi gloss Black top coat. All new bushings when re-installed.
The body was extremely rust free to start with, then media blasted. A full 80 hours went into making the body laser straight & making all the gaps better then they were when it left the factory. The color was changed slightly from Forest Green to Sherwood Green which in my opinion looks much better. All the Yenko stripes were painted on in White & then clear coated over top. No cheese decals here. The original bumpers were replated & all the brightwork polished. The trunk was detailed with the correct aqua & black over a semi-gloss Black base coat.
The interior was complete redone in Black(original color was green) new seat covers, new headliner, Yenko script door panels, new carpet, new dash pad, correct SYC head rests, new package tray with correct flush mounted speaker grilles. All the window regulators with reconditioned. The heater box was removed & reconditioned with a new alumimum heater core & cables. A factory Am/Fm radio was found & reconditioned. New & correct Stewart Warner oil & water temp Green-Stripe gauges. Correct Dixco hood mounted tach reconditioned & installed.
The engine is a 350-4 bolt with mild cam, new ceramic coated headers. Correct LT-1 dual snorkle air cleaner & ultra rare original Ansen cast aluminim Yenko valve covers. All GM reproduction hoses & clamps. New Summit(Holley knock-off) dual feed 650cfm carburetor w/electric choke.
The tranmission is a reconditioned Munice M21 4-speed. New reproduction GM 621 bell-housing. New 11" flywheel. New brake/clutch peddle assembly. New "Z" bar kit. New dust shield. New Husrt shifter & linkage.
All new front & rear springs. New steering assembly. New power disc brake conversion kit & new brake/fuel lines. New gas tank, straps & fuel gauge sending unit. Up-graded front Drilled & Slotted rotors. New GM Delco 11" brake booster. New rear brakes, hardware & drums. New upper & lower control arms poweder coated semi-gloss Black. New ball joints & new radius arms & bushings. New rebound rubbers. New sway bar links.
The rear is a GM 12 bolt Limited-Slip currently out being rebuilt. Haven't choosen a gear ratio yet, thinking either 3.55's or 4.10's.
The Deuce is now in the re-assemble stage & about 75% done. Come see it now if you want. You'll see theres nothing hidden to haunt you later. Personal & qualified 3rd party inspections MORE then welcome. Overseas buyers also welcome. Please feel free to contact Dan 845-473-1413 days & 845-546-5523 nights & weekends up to 9pm EST. Located New York 12601.
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