Yenko Con­tin­u­a­tion Ca­maro

Muscle Car Review - - Up Front -

Clas­sic In­dus­tries/OER dis­played two cars bear­ing the Yenko name. One was a Corvette con­vert­ible with a 1,000hp su­per­charged LT1 en­gine, cour­tesy the folks at Spe­cialty Ve­hi­cle En­gi­neer­ing. The other was a Day­tona Yel­low 1969 Ca­maro that was the first of what will be a se­ries of Yenko con­tin­u­a­tion cars. Brand New Mus­cle Car out of Tulsa, Ok­la­homa, has been li­censed by Gen­eral Mar­ket­ing Cap­i­tal Inc. to restart Yenko Ca­maro con­struc­tion, fab­ri­cat­ing the cars out of brand-new bod­ies, sus­pen­sions, and en­gines. The dis­play Ca­maro had a ZL1 pow­er­plant based on GM’s An­niver­sary Edi­tion 427 crate en­gine, a sus­pen­sion by Chas­sis Works, and big Amer­i­can Rac­ing wheels. The Yenko con­tin­u­a­tion cars can be cus­tom or­dered to look retro or fully Pro Street, if that’s what floats your boat. Prices start at around $150,000. Visit brand­new­mus­cle­car.com for more info.

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