Building cars to go faster is the American way. Back in the 60s, a host of automotive tuners were entering the scene but amongst the lot stood Don Yenko, A racer, and a Chevrolet dealership owner; Don Yenko specialized in making your factory Chevrolet Camaro faster. With a 3 year run on the first generation of the Camaro, owning a Yenko example is becoming increasingly challenging. Why search and wait when you can drive off in this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko Restomod we have today. With a reported 6,000 miles on the clock this car sports all those Yenko details and has the power to back it up.
This 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko Restomod proudly goes into those Yenko details in depth. The silver metallic exterior sees an SS sticker with "Yenko" badges, and the iconic stinger hood is finished off in a lighter shade of silver. Better visibility comes in the form of LED tail lights and LED headlights. The car also sees a new chrome grille in the front and a recently installed spoiler. The car sits on a set of black American Racing wheels The black interior on this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko Restomod sees some freshening up as well. At first glance, the dashboard sees Decktronic gauges, an aftermarket steering wheel, and a stereo for your tunes. There is also a window tint, which makes the Vintage A/C system more effective on a hot summer drive.
Don Yenko wanted every Camaro that left his dealership to pack a punch. Under the hood of this 1967 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko Restomod lies a 383ci V8 stroker engine which made a 300hp figure a walk in the park. The car has some modifications done to the car, the seller reports that a lot of the work was done within the last 6,000 miles and when the gauges were replaced. Back to the sweet stuff, this Camaro sees Edelbrock Valve covers, MDS ignition, dual-fan radiator, and reportedly a new Carburetor and fuel lines. The power upgrades are matched with better brakes and suspension, with the car featuring Wilwood brakes on all four corners, Willwood brake booster, and reportedly new brake lines. Suspension work includes a reportedly updated suspension and new control arms; you also have power steering in place. All this power is sent to the car's rear wheels through a 700R4 automatic transmission that is reported to be recently installed.
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