The early 1970’s were tough for Muscle Cars as insurance prices jumped up and emissions laws tightened. Don Yenko countered with the Yenko Deuce which used the same engine as the Z28 Camaro and LT1 Corvette. The car was marketed as the mini muscle car, and just 175 were produced in 1970.
Built from a genuine Nova SS, this 1970 Nova Yenko recreation has undergone a complete rotisserie restoration. The car features excellent paint from top to bottom and a very nicely refinished engine compartment and undercarriage. The car has very good glass, nicely restored stainless, new trim, and all new rubber. Open the driver’s door and you’ll find an all-new interior complete with new door panels, kick panels, dash, headliner, package tray, and floor mat.
For the drivetrain, you’ll enjoy the rebuilt 4 bolt main 350 with an LT1 solid lifter cam, 186 heads, a Winters aluminum intake, and Holley Avenger carb. The engine makes great power and the 4-speed transmission has the correct Deuce Hurst shifter. The car drives out great with its completely rebuilt suspension, and rebuilt brake system with power front disc. You’ll find all new lines, hoses, a new master and a new booster. The power steering system has a reman pump with all new lines and hoses.
350 (4 bolt main)
186 double hump heads
LT1 solid lifter cam
12 bolt Posi rear with 3.31 gears.
11 inch clutch
Power front disc brakes