Yenko Aluminum 427 ZL-1 Engine in 1969 SS Camaro (not Yenko Camaro)
Tuxedo Black with Red Interior and Black Vinyl Top SS Big Block Camaro with Yenko Aluminum 427. For more pics of the engine see http://yenko.boochkn.com/black_yenko/ebay/index.htm
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1967 Yenko Camaro RS SS Resto Mod 427 553 Horse Power
www.e-motorclassics.com AAMC's 1967 Yenko Camaro RS/SS is a highly restored replication of an original Yenko, built and certified by All American Muscle Cars, Ltd. (AAMC). The Original Camaro 1967-1969 Restorer's Guide and interviews with other Yenko owners were used for reference in the building of the AAMC 1967 Yenko Camaro RS/SS. Jim Stubbing, who is a dealer in all original Camaro OEM parts was our main source for obtaining most of the original Yenko parts used on our Yenko Camaro. These premium priced components include the original OEM Yenko Stinger hood and all 427 and Yenko badging.
Built with all new technology and performance and packaged within a totally restored replication of a 1967 Yenko Camaro. The AAMC 1967 Yenko Camaro RS/SS replica is built with utmost attention to original detail. What makes this vehicle unique is the blend of originality with new modern technology and performance. The powertrain, drivetrain, and chassis are not original but instead re-engineered with the latest technology, performance, and handling that you would find in today's late model high performance vehicles. All the new components are engineered to closely model the original part appearance as it was in its original state with only minor modifications where performance improvements were made.
The exterior and interior looks appear original with the exception of different wheels and brakes. All the interior touch points appear original except for the digital gauge display housed in the original I/P cluster. Other than those enhancements, this vehicle looks stock. The intent was to introduce the technology where needed without taking away from the originality. Once you strap yourself in and take a test drive all bets are off that you are driving an original 1967 Yenko Camaro but instead a 2005 modern day version of an all new Yenko Camaro that looks original but will outperform most late model performance cars.
Additional Special Features:
Accel DFI Pro-Ram Electronic Fuel Injection System
BeCool polished aluminum cooling module with dual electronic controlled fans.
Billet Specialties engine pulley dress kit.
Martz Engineering Front sub-frame & coil over suspension with Wilwood disc brakes with drilled and slotted rotors.
Competition Engineering Slide-A-Link Traction Bars.
Boyd Coddington 17" polished aluminum Smoothie II wheels with BFG KD G-Force T/A tires.
Dakota Digital dash
Vintage Air A/C System
Hurst 5-speed shifter
Rock Valley stainless fuel tank
The 427/553 HP UltraStreet EC Big Block Engine built by Shafiroff Race Engines. The engine specifications include:
Eagle 4340 3.75" Stroke Internally Balanced Crank
Eagle 4340 6.385 H-Beam Steel Rods
JE Custom Coated 9.75-1 Forged Pistons
Brodex Aluminum Heads
Polished Cast Aluminum Valve Covers
Comp Cams "StreetRoller" Cam & Kit
Comp Cams 1.7 Pro Magnum Roller Rockers
Milodon Oil Pan
HP Harmonic Balancer
Professionally Blueprinted and Assembled
2 year warranty (expires May, 2007)
"This "Extended Cruising" version is designed for the person who really enjoys driving their hot rod on a "daily" basis. This engine utilizes a hydraulic roller cam with 9.75-1 compression ratio that gives you day to day "power tour" cruisability, 92 octane compatibility and plenty of horsepower for those times when you want to light up the tires..." (Shafiroff Race Engines, 2004)
Engine Dyno Results:
553 H.P. / 534 lbs./ft. Torque
1967 Corvette 427/435hp test drive
1967 Corvette 427/435hp test drive and inspection. This car is particularly rare, not only due to the fact that it is a 427 Tri-Power car, but it is also 1 of 815 total 1967 Corvettes painted Tuxedo Black, and also has extremely rare factory leather. What a car.
For more info please contact a sales person at Buyavette. 770-414-5552
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1969 Yenko 427 4 Speed Camaro
1969 Yenko 427 Camaro 4 Speed built for a customer by Vintage Motors http://www.vintageride.net 1969 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro 427 four speed reproduction built with dated coded 1969 427 Big Block Chevy engine and date coded Muncie 4 speed transmission. This car was torn down to bare metal and any sheet metal needing replaced was done. The body shop straightened all of the panels and a the car was painted Hugger Orange which was the original color of this car. We faithfully scoured all the information that we could find in 2002 to make this car as close to the real deal as we could and budget allowed. We hand made the stamps to stamp the letters on the firewall and installed all of the factory equipment that we could get. The suspension is stock Camaro that would have came on a COPO or Yenko car. We replaced all of the interior back to what you would expect when you purchased a Yenko Super Camaro. This car pulled in crowds of people any place it went and 99% of the people that looked at this car did not know it was not a real Yenko.
The 1969 Yenko Camaro Project
Our family project... a 1969 Camaro shown from its humble beginings, and the process where we changed it into a tribute to one of the greatest American Muscle Cars ever built. When Chip Foose of Overhaulin™ autographed the dash, even he couldn't tell it's a replica.