1969 Chevrolet Camaro


  • Lemans Blue Paint with White Stripes and White Interior!
  • 427 Big Block
  • 4-spd – 12 Bolt Posi
  • Power Steering & Brakes
  • Less Than 2,000 Miles Since Restoration
  • Fully Rotisserie Restoration
  • Detailed Undercarriage & Engine Bay


Vehicle Specs

1969 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko Tribute Clone Car! Blue Paint with White Stripes and White Interior! This nicely restored, stunning classic car comes powered by a 427 Turbo Jet 425HP V8 Engine with a 4-Speed Manual Transmission! Some Upgrades and Extras on this Stunning Classic include: White Stripes, 427 Turbo Jet High Performance 425HP V8 Engine, Spare Tire in Trunk, and more!! This car is absolutely stunning and is a perfect addition to any car collectors repertoire! Own a piece of history with this showroom kept 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Yenko Tribute Clone Car!

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.

Another part of making a tribute car work is the correct badges, and this one has all the right stuff. First of all, Yenkos were not SS or RS models, so you'll find none of that. Instead, it's a base Camaro, with script on the front fenders, nose, and tail. The 427 callout on the hood advertises the engine underneath, and really, with a car that looks like this, there's really no need to hide it. Don Yenko also added his own badges, just so you'd know who the builder was, in case the stripes weren't enough. This one also features beautiful chrome bumpers, fresh glass throughout, and polished stainless trim, which gives it a showroom fresh look.

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 the intake, some positively huge long-tube hookerheaders, and an HEI ignition system to light the fires. You also get a big HD radiator up front, so you don't have to worry about running this big block hard. 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. Sure, you could probably duplicate this yourself, but why?

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. It hangs on re-arched leaf springs, which help give the car its crouching stance. The chassis is set up for the road, there's no secret about that at this price, but since that's what tribute cars do best, it's what you want. That massive dual exhaust system and mufflers that sound like God's own V8 is under the hood. Power disc brakes, a new gas tank, and fresh shocks at all four corners keep it planted.

Inside it's 100% Camaro, and that's always a good thing. Fresh black seat covers, new door panels, and correct carpets give it an OEM feel, but there are definitely some upgraded features that were special to the Yenkos. First of all, there were the sYc decals on the front seat headrests (and yes, they were decals on the originals, too), which pretty much makes it impossible to forget what you're driving. 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. You'll note that all the gauges have been rebuilt, including the console-mounted accessory gauges, and everything works as it should. A AM/FM/ 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 rubber 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.

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Engine Type
Engine Size
427 V8
Transmission Type
4 Speed Manual
Body Color
Lemans Blue
Body Style
Interior Color
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Seat Material

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