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Chevy Nova Yenko Stripes

This ia a Chevy Nova we just completed at Fenders Body Shop in Ava, mo. It is cherry! My wife designs and puts on graphics and I do body and paint- it is an awsome combination.


 


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Test Driving 1969 Chevrolet Nova SS 396 Four Speed Muscle Car with Burnout
Be sure to check us out on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/RamblinAroundTV I thought you'd like a look at this very clean 1969 Chevy Nova SS, so we decided to take it for a spin. This car is powered by a performance built 396 Big-block, topped with Edelbrock aluminum heads, Performer RPM intake, and a 4 BBL Carb. All that power is being sent through a four-speed manual trans and believe me, this thing will really fly. The Cortez silver paint is very slick, the interior looks like new, and it's riding on a set of rally wheels, with BF Goodrich tires. This car is extremely well built and it's ready to go. I hope you find it interesting, thanks for taking a look! Filmed at Fast Lane Classic Cars in St. Charles, MO www.fastlanecars.com The background tracks are: The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod. Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Download link:http://music.incompetech.com/royaltyfree2/Whiskey%20on%20the%20Mississ ippi.mp3 MacLeod's description: Genre: Blues Length: 3:15 Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP Tempo: 90 With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to electric piano. 011 ISRC: US-UAN-11-00709 Bouncy, Grooving 2010 Open Road by Jason Shaw. Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license. Download: http://audionautix.audionautixcom.netdna-cdn.com/Music/OpenRoad.mp3 Open Road Genre: Acoustic Tempo: Fast Mood: Driving, Bright, Uplifting





132961 / 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/76q69tb If you're one of the growing number of enthusiasts who wants to actually enjoy the performance, look, and value of the storied Yenko name, this '69 Camaro is your opportunity to forgo the time, headache and six figure cost of building one yourself. There's no question that the '69 Camaro is one of the best looking muscle cars of all time. Throw in a slick coat of correct GM code 72 Hugger Orange paint and an authentic race-inspired Yenko decal kit, and it becomes one seriously lust-worthy piece of automotive art. Naturally, all this car's top notch eye candy rides on a clean and arrow straight body which presents solid, dent-free panels with better-than-new fit and super narrow gaps. And its rugged two-stage urethane provides the kind of dynamic finish and glossy shine that will emphasize the car's power and attitude for years to come. Lift this Camaro's bright orange hood and you'll find a date correct iron block 427 which has been restored to a highly accurate, showroom fresh appearance. At the top of that block air flows from a correct open element air cleaner, which is adorned with a new 427 cross-flag decal, into a coated Holley 4-barrel carburetor and a modern aluminum Chevrolet intake manifold. At the sides of that intake, spectacular finned aluminum valve covers hang multi-colored Yenko emblems above fully restored cast iron Exhaust manifolds. And at the back of those valve covers, a rebuilt points distributor sends fire through correct Packard TV R Suppression wires. Cooling is provided by a Yenko-spec Harrison heavy duty radiator which sends water through reproduction GM hoses and fresh tower clamps. And, since this Camaro came with factory equipped power steering and power disc brakes, an appropriately tagged Delco Moraine brake Booster hangs on the firewall and a correct power steering pump is bolted to the left side of the engine block. Although you could get a Yenko with a slushbox, the vast majority were equipped with tough M21 Muncie 4-speeds. And this particular Camaro, which has been upgraded with a virtually indestructible Borg Warner ST-10, spins a correct 12 bolt Posi-traction rear end and tire shredding 3.90 gears via a correctly detailed driveshaft. That rear end hangs on restored leaf springs and brand new shocks which help give the car its crouching stance; and that transmission rides just behind a restored double A-arm front suspension which features fresh shocks, correct factory optioned power steering and correct factory optioned power disc brakes. At the center of the car, a thrill inducing soundtrack roars through a fresh Gardner Exhaust system which accurately duplicates the car's original chambered pipes. And at the corners of the car, era correct 15 inch American Racing Torque Thrust D wheels wear a fresh set of E70-15 Goodyear Wide Tread GTs. Inside this pristine Yenko tribute, it's 100% Camaro; and that's always a good thing! Original GM code 713 Black Houndstooth upholstery features an OEM feel that simply can't be duplicated by today's best restoration products. An optional Z87 deluxe interior package, which includes unique stainless trimmed door panels, wood grain dash applique and bright pedal trim, amps up the visual appeal. And bold "YSC" headrest decals provide just the right amount of detail to elevate an already impressive cockpit to a whole new level. In front of the driver, a good looking black dash hangs beautifully restored gauges, an electric clock and controls for the cars heater above bright wood grain trim and a correct Delco AM radio. Below that dash, an optional center console props a completely chrome Hurst short throw shifter above great looking wood faced and chrome trimmed accent plates. And at the sides of the seats, black deluxe door panels are decorated with excellent looking stainless trim and correct white inlayed "Camaro" emblems. Connecting the driver to the road is a fully restored factory steering wheel which spins a blue bowtie and great looking wood applique around a factory tilt steering column. If a Super Sport is just too ordinary and you really dig the magical appeal of that storied 4, 2, and 7 number combination, this high quality Yenko is just what you need! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome car!





1970 nova yenko 355 smallblock
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Classic Autoworx ( classicautoworx.com ) presents: 1969 427 Yenko Nova clone
To view more of our vehicles, visit: http://www.classicautoworx.com/ 1969 Nova 427 Yenko S/C clone 18" wheels Flowmaster Exhaust new paint and interior Fresh 468ci and TH-400 trans





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132787 / 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/cka6h9k Don Yenko's story is legendary, and prices on real Yenko vehicles bear out his wonderful legacy of high performance and factory-built horsepower. With prices spiraling ever higher on pedigreed examples, the smart hobbyist who likes driving his hardware buys a car like this Garnet Red 1969 example, which might be the finest Yenko tribute ever built. With the same fire-breathing 427 under the hood, the dazzling Yenko graphics package, and exceptional attention to detail, it's the ultimate drivable dream. Code 52 Garnet Red is this car's original color, and the restoration album that comes with the car shows an extensive disassembly down to a bare body, with the spectacular finish built from there. There's a ton of time wrapped up in putting it all back together properly, too, with excellent gaps all around and doors that open and close with no more than your fingertips. And although the COPOs were subtle, Don Yenko knew he was selling performance, and that meant getting the word out on the street, so the complete Yenko graphics package was duplicated on this car. The look is not subtle, but neither is a 427 cubic inch Camaro! Yes, that's a real deal 1969 vintage 427 under the hood, rebuilt to factory specs. You'll also note that it's detailed for show, with a lot of accurate date-coded components that make the engine bay sparkle. The Chevy Orange paint on the block is especially vivid, and it's topped with a correct intake and carburetor, whose casting and date codes have been documented in the restoration album. Proper decals and labels have been affixed in all the right locations, including the Yenko stickers on the chrome valve covers and a tag on the reproduction Delco battery. It's also properly equipped with a Muncie M22 4-speed manual transmission spinning a correct 12-bolt rear end. Look closely and you'll find that aside from a set of Flowmaster mufflers, the chassis is just as correct and detailed as the rest of the car. We've had quite a few Yenko Camaro tributes come through our shop, but few have been executed to this level of detail—most guys just want the look and the 427, but to go the extra mile and detail it correctly is a worthy achievement. The perfect finishing touch are the period Torque Thrust wheels wearing reproduction Goodyear Wide Tread GT bias-ply tires. The gorgeous code 729 Ivory Houndstooth interior is also correct for this particular Camaro, showing up as code 729 on the cowl tag. It's all new in there, including the door panels, black carpets, and headliner, and the black and white combination will never go out of style. Yenko emblems on the headrests are done just the way Yenko did them back in the day, as simple decals, and this car is also fitted with a Stewart-Warner column-mounted tach and auxiliary gauges under the dash, which were standard on the Yenkos. There's no console, as most Yenko buyers preferred light weight over style, and the lovely rosewood steering wheel is the perfect '60s touch. In the trunk, there's a complete space-saver spare assembly with inflator bottle, a correct jack, and a reproduction mat, and absolutely zero signs of rust or repairs. There's simply nothing like keying up the legendary 427. The sound, the feeling of the idle, and the relentless surge of torque as you power through the gears. With minimal modifications, these were legitimate 12-second cars, and even today's world of 600 horsepower Corvettes, their performance is impressive. Few tribute cars are as well-executed as this one, and it offers a stunning level of correct components. If you're looking for a highly correct big block Camaro that's not too valuable to drive on the street, this is your chance. Call, click, or visit Http://www.RKMotorsCharlotte.com today.





132757 / 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/6sr3rle You can't argue that the '69 Camaro wasn't one of the best-looking pony cars of all time, and the Yenko treatment only made it better. This one is dressed appropriately as a base V8 Camaro with full Yenko regalia and a simple ducktail spoiler. A cowl induction hood was added, along with a cool chin spoiler, and the Lemans Blue paint is the perfect combination of subtle and stunning. Rendered in two-stage urethane, it has a soft glow to it that only seems to emphasize the Yenko's power and attitude. Before the Yenko stripes went on, the entire body was color sanded and buffed for a spectacular shine that really makes the white stripes pop. But let's be honest, the only reason you want a Yenko lives under the hood. In this case, it's a correct iron block 427 cubic inch mill dressed like the factory would have done, plus a few upgrades. There's Chevy Orange paint on the block, a correct open element air cleaner with '427 turbo-Jet 425 horsepower' decals, and OEM chrome valve covers, which were standard equipment on big block Camaros. Upgrades include a big Holley carburetor atop an Edelbrock intake, some positively huge long-tube headers, and an HEI ignition system to light the fires. There's almost no sign of usage anywhere under the hood, and the level of detailing will make you want to pop the lid every time you park the car. Although you could get a Yenko with an automatic, a vast majority were equipped with Muncie M21 4-speeds like the one in this car. Out back, there's a correct 12-bolt with 3.73 gears and a Posi. That massive dual Exhaust system features Flowmaster mufflers that sound like God's own V8 is under the hood, and subframe connectors have been added to keep the body tub solid behind all that power. Power disc brakes, a new gas tank, and fresh KYB shocks at all four corners keep it planted. Cool American Racing Torque Thrust wheels give it a period performance look that's just as cool as steelies and dog dish hubcaps, and wear a set of performance radials. Fresh black seat covers, new door panels, and correct carpets give it an OEM feel, plus those sYc decals on the front seat headrests (and yes, they were decals on the originals, too). This one also has a beautifully restored center console, complete with Hurst shifter and cue ball knob, not to mention some beautifully reproduced wood appliques. A reproduction rosewood steering wheel helps warm up the interior, and bringing the Lemans Blue paint into the car on the steering column and glove box lid is a cool touch. A new AM/FM/CD stereo system has been installed, because this is a car you're going to want to drive and there's no point to absolute originality in this car. A new set of Chevrolet logo floor mats were dropped in, and the trunk features a proper mat, spare, and jack assembly. If an SS is just too ordinary, and you really dig the appeal of those magic three numbers, 427, then perhaps a Yenko is just what you need. Building one to this level will cost a lot more than the sticker price here, and even if you started today, it would be more than a year until it was done. No, if you've got a big block jones, the only thing you need is this Yenko. Driving is what tributes like this do best. Call, click, or visit http://www.RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this cool Yenko Camaro.





Yenko 427 Nova Raising Hell on the Street
This is a 427 Nova I took out and had some fun with before we sold it. I LOVE muscle.





1966 Chevy II Pro Street
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132883 / 1981 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko Turbo Z
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/7n9syqx If you're a hardcore Chevrolet enthusiast who is looking for the ultimate centerpiece to your collection, or a classic car guru who's been searching for unique investment opportunity, this exceptional F2 Camaro is your ticket! This car's one and only owner had been following the progression of the turbo Z program very closely. And when he heard production numbers had dwindled to a fraction of Yenko's original goal, he decided to take a trip to the showroom in hopes of picking up a future collectible. After some light negotiation, a few signed papers, and some firm handshakes the proud owner took possession of one super rare F2 Z28 that he would immaculately preserve for the next 30 years. When it was finally time to sell, Pair-A-Dice Rods and Kustoms in Zanesville, Ohio was contracted to complete a highly detailed, nut and bolt rotisserie restoration which used 2011 technology to rebuild the car to concours condition. Pop the glossy white lid and you'll find an original, completely rebuilt and highly detailed 350 cubic inch LM1 V8 which wears a correct 14010207 casting number and a February (B) 27th (27) of 1981 (1) casting date. Air for that big engine flows from a chrome, open element air cleaner to an original Rochester Quadrajet carburetor which rides on top of an original turbo International turbocharger. Below that turbocharger, a fresh coat of traditional GM Corporate Blue paint coats the block from its Yenko branded valve covers to its original oil pan; and fully restored Exhaust manifolds send spent gases into a factory replacement, single-pipe dual Exhaust system. Fires are lit by a correct Delco-Remy HEI distributor which sends spark through blue Max Protection plug wires. Cooling is provided by fresh hoses which snake to and from a heavy duty radiator. And charging is provided by new V-belts which spin a new Delco AC compressor and a rebuilt alternator behind a heavy duty seven blade clutch fan. The car's high-winding small block is backed by an original turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed automatic transmission which wears a matching 124749 partial VIN; and the bottom of its body is covered in a smooth coat of GM satin black paint. That stalwart TH350 spins an original GM 10 bolt rear end which is stuffed full of highway friendly 3.08 gears. And those floorpans ride on a fully restored F41 special suspension that, for 1981, added higher rate springs, thicker stabilizer bars and stiffer valved shocks. Standard equipment with the F41 suspension was improved ratio power steering which combines with standard, to the Camaro, power front disc and rear drum brakes to provide excellent stops and confidence inspiring handling. At the center of the floors, freshly welded single pipe dual Exhaust exactly duplicates the car's original system all the way down to its AC catalytic converter. And at the corners of the floor, 15 inch turbo White Rally wheels spin beefy 225/70 BF Goodrich Radial T/As around satin stainless trim rings and Yenko decaled center caps. Swivel open the car's long white doors and you'll find a well-maintained black vinyl interior which looks just as good as the day it rolled out of GM's Norwood, Ohio manufacturing facility. The standard black bucket seats are in excellent shape and feel as if the only seat time they've seen is moving the car in and out of its garage. Below those seats, like-new black carpet is protected by custom, color-keyed Yenko floor mats. At the sides of those seats, fresh, stainless trimmed door panels hang super straight armrests below chrome door handles and chrome switches for optional power door locks. Between those seats, a wide black console props a familiar chrome shifter above a satin finished trim plate and chrome switches for optional power windows. In front of those seats, a soft and warp-free dash hangs satin trimmed gauges next to a Yenko installed Boost gauge, color-keyed water level indicator and correct radio delete. And in front of the driver, a simulated rope steering wheel centers a Yenko horn button atop a black tilt steering column. One-of-a kind performance cars like this 1981 Yenko turbo Z are the opportunity of a lifetime! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome car!





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