1972 Chevrolet Nova Yenko Tribute
This 1972 Chevrolet Nova is exactly what you want in a muscle car. It has a mean stance, great paint, and HUGE power. Plus, it's a worthy tribute to one of the most celebrated names in COPO Chevys around: Yenko. But you can get all of this Yenko SS fierceness for a fraction of the price. This Nova is a serious contender from every angle. Up front is the SS badge on the intimidating blacked-out grille and the custom hood with power bulge. Plus, the large 18-inch alloys allow for modern performance tires and are a nice hint at an upgraded classic. But what really has you sold is the full paint package. There's a slickness to the blue that tells you there has been a nice investment in a professional application. There was a deep metallic element added, too, so you'll love taking this one out in the sunshine. Plus, it was recently buffed, so it makes the Nova's fastback profile look almost wet. And to top it all off is the full Yenko S/C white stripping package that accurately pays tribute to the best performance dealer Chevrolet ever had. This car wants to be intimidating at every stoplight, and you feel that in the interior, too. The black on the dash, door panels, seats, and carpeting is deep and dark enough to hold its menacing appearance. And the details are great with the correct Yenko headrests. As you slip behind the factory wheel, you'll instantly feel the tingle of power. After all, features like large SunPro tach w/shift light, full auxiliary readouts, and B&M shifter are all clear indications of something ferocious under the hood. Yenko cars are all about the power, and so you'll love seeing the engine bay filled with a 454 cubic-inch V8. The presentation is fantastic with the freshly painted big block and all the bright elements like the air topper, shroud, alternator, and valve covers. But once you look beyond the flash, there's some serious performance substance. The big V8 has been built with goodies like a large dual-feed Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer intake, and Hooker headers feeding the growling dual exhaust. There's even an aluminum radiator to keep this monster motor running cool. In fact, while this is a beastly Nova, it's also quite easy to tame. That's thanks to features like the three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, rear traction bars, and front disc brakes. Having a nicely built Yenko tribute like this has the advantage of a mean appearance and the power to back it up. Best of all, it holds the looks like a priceless muscle car at a price that will make it fly out of the showroom. Call today!!!