- 1966 Yenko Stinger Corvair, SCCA Road Racer, Yenko Serial No. YS 086
- Original Yenko Dealership work orders & invoices documenting preparation of this car
- Original SCCA race logbooks and tech manual with spec updates by Donna Mae Mimms dated 11/25/67
- Tagged as number 86 of original 100 built for homologation in SCCA Class "D" production
- One of the first Stingers prepped and sold new by Yenko for competition
- Won SCCA Central Division in Class "D" sports racing in 1966
- Originally raced by race driver Jim Spencer, exclusive U.S. distributor of Yenko Sports Cars
James Reeve Returns 2011 Road Atlanta
The return to racing of Yenko Stinger racing legend James J. Reeve Jr.
Back in the mid 70's James was a thorn in the side of the British and
Datsun factory teams. James in his 1966 Yenko Stinger Corvair running as a
privateer was able to beat the likes Group 44, Huffaker and Datsun factory
backed teams in SCCA D-Production road racing at the national championship
level. I offered my Yenko Stinger Corvair for James to drive in the 2011
Historic Sportscar Racing (HSR) annual Mitty race at Road Atlanta the
weekend of April 29-May 1. James certainly didn't disappoint us Corvair
types this weekend. We were only beaten by a very well driven, and fast,
Lotus Super 7 driven by Bill Bartlett also from Atlanta. Thanks again
1965 Chevrolet Corvair Corsa Yenko Stinger Clone
This is a compilation video of some autocrossing done in the Yenko Stinger
Clone my Pops and I built. Mostly filmed at the Buccaneer Region SCCA test
and tune on Hutchinson Island right across the river from Savannah.
Corvair Springfest 2008
Corvair Springfest in Helen Georgia 2008. I was is Helen for the Tour de
Georgia bicycle race and saw all these Corvairs. One owner told me there
was about 140 corvair owner and cars entered in this Springfest 2008.
Mid Engine V8 Swap Corvair
When this thing pulled in I saw the 350 on the side but it was so quiet.
Then some guy called me over to see the captains chairs that had to be used
so you could swing in as the SBC is really far forward on this thing.
Muscle Car Of The Week Video #22: 1970 Chevrolet Nova Yenko Deuce
Many people are familiar with the Yenko Camaros, but Don Yenko Chevrolet
was also the source for a variety of high-performance Chevy hot rods. In
this episode, we're spotlighting a 1970 Yenko Deuce Nova, a car that was
thinly disguised as a grocery-getter economy car. In realty, it hid a
screaming LT1 350 under the hood! This particular car from the Brothers
Collection is one of only 10 Hugger Orange Yenko Deuces built, and we take
it for a spin! You can learn more about these awesome cars at
The Think Pink Sprite 2008
Donna Mae Mims 1963 SCCA H-Production
National Champion 1959 Austin Healey Sprite at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course,
June 2008 at the SVRA Vintage Grand Prix
Harley with a Chevy Corvair engine is a Kick
A Harley without an engine and an air cooled corvair engine. Could I make
them fit together? I built this one of a kind motorcycle over 15 years ago.
It is a kick start only and still runs great.
Vintage: The Chevrolet Corvair | Drive it!
In 1959 the Corvair became the first rear-engine production car made in
America - and Chevrolet's answer to the VW Bug. By American standards, the
Corvair was very small (4.50 meters long) and unusually light (weighing
around 11 hundred kilos). Drive it! discovered a number of specimens of
what is a very rare American in Europe. More Information: