800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko tribute is exactly what you want in a muscle car. It has bold paint, aggressive upgrades, bright chrome, and a bucket seat interior. Plus, an awesome big block waiting for you under the hood and you control it with four-on-the-floor.
There's a serious engine in this Camaro, and so only an upgrade to the Chevy's Hugger Orange would do. After all, it's an iconic and aggressive color, and this has the right vibrant style to get plenty of attention out on the road. It also has an added intimidation in its attitude with upgrades like a blacked-out grille and competition-style Torq Thrust wheels with extra meaty rear rubber. And that power dome on the cowl hood is a true indication there's plenty of muscle under there. Bright chrome and good panels are the kinds of details we like, but on an aggressive car like this, the best investment might just be the Yenko vinyl stripes. The graphics running down the sides show off the well-fitting doors and connect with the spoiler. The hood stripes are a cool piece that points the way forward. And it all really lets everyone know you appreciate both power and muscle car history.
The aggressive attitude continues with the black interior. The door panels, dash, and carpet have a clean stock look. The upholstery looks quite nice, and they get the details right, like the front bucket seats with the sYc logo in the headrests. You get a grippy Chevy three-spoke sports steering wheel, a large factory speedo and tach, and the center console houses both the quad auxiliary readouts and the Hurst shifter. It all makes sure you have a Yenko-level of driver-oriented packaging.
As great as everything else is, it's whats in the engine bay that you're going to love most about this powerful Camaro. It's a very tidy presentation of a true 1969 427 cubic-inch big block with a four-barrel carburetor on top. This has a nice classic look, right down to the details like the Yenko decals and GM hoses. But this one also has the right more modern upgrade to make sure you have the best in performance. It includes a Dart aluminum intake, an MSD 6AL ignition, and headers feeding into the dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers. The four-speed manual transmission gives you full control of the power and rumble. Plus, features like the 12-bolt rear end and traction bars are stout pieces you want on a big power coupe like this. And power steering and front disc brakes are there to make sure it's also easy to cruise this Yenko tribute.
This Camaro is seriously clean and mean. So when you're looking for a big block machine with plenty of Yenko attitude, you know you need this bold Chevy. Call now!
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