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Since the car was NEVER CONVERTED I would say it's not a YENKO!!!!!
It's a car bought at the Yenko dealership, period!!!!!
 

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Since the car was NEVER CONVERTED I would say it's not a YENKO!!!!!
It's a car bought at the Yenko dealership, period!!!!!
This is the general consensus in the Yenko community, as well. The owner of this car has been floating this theory for several years. Apparently, there is no proof this car was purchased by Yenko to be converted. The fact that it's an automatic makes it even less likely.

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Since the car was NEVER CONVERTED I would say it's not a YENKO!!!!!
It's a car bought at the Yenko dealership, period!!!!!
True - - - I agree . . . . . . and, still a cool 69 SS BBC car ( being original , time warp ) .
 

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A number of years ago, there was an eBay ad for a 1970 'Yenko' Nova. It was a non SS 250HP/350CID automatic. The seller wanted a ridiculous price for it. Yes, it still had an original Yenko dealer sticker on the back. Just one of the 1000's of cars sold at Yenko that never got near the performance department. As I recall it didn't sell and I've never seen it again.

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Does it have the over-size 3/8" fuel lines down the body with an original brake proportion valve? If it didn't have original discs up front, not possible.
 
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