lol.....Yea I agree. I would be afraid to run if I had the coin to buy it. Would make a bad little setup in an early first or second gen Nova tho.....Igosplut said:Nice conversation piece, but whats it really worth? Prototype stuff is interesting but usually ends up sitting on an engine stand in the middle of a high priced cocktail party in a mock garage (with black and white tile floors) with a bunch of guys with seven figure paychecks and bored wifes.......
1965proSTREET said:man for a small block, it sure has a lot of valve cover bolts.....
must be some kinda special head...porcupine?????
I just read about this guy in a mag on the newstand now. Sorry cant remeber the exact name of the mag. The guy bought stuff his whole life and started storing it. Well to make along story short he died and the guy who bought it all is opening one trailer at a time and sorting it carefully. He has found a Yenko Camaro and over 130 complete engines! He thinks there is a Yenko Nova still in one of the trailers because he found parts for one. The guy that died would seperate the original engine from all the cars to prevent theft! Apparently he has enough NOS parts to open a dealership!JohnnyRotten said:there was a thread a while back about a guy who died and owned a warehouse and some tractor trailers that were filled to the brim with TONS of stuff... i'm wonderin' if some of the ads we've been seeing are from his collection.
this engine is said to have come from a museum... think i read that right