There’s an arrangement in progress to manufacture another bunch of Chevrolet Yenko Camaro’s.
While the first iterations were manufactured in the late ’60s, Tulsa, Oklahoma-based Brand New Muscle Car (BNMC) plans to create new models of the 1968 Yenko Camaro to praise the auto’s 50th birthday.
BNMC is an expert at building new models of old vehicles and has consent from General Marketing Capital, the permit holder of the Yenko name, to utilize it on the new makes. As per GM Authority, BNMC’s Yenko Camaros will even be recorded in the Official Yenko Worldwide Registry for added authenticity.
The first Yenko Camaro was conceived in view of a need to introduce a greater engine into the early Camaros. At the point when Chevy’s adversary to the Mustang appeared in 1967, it was an amazing car yet constrained to motors no greater than a 396 cubic inch V-8. In any case, Chevy merchant Don Yenko of Canonsburg, Pennsylvania utilized the Central Office Production Order (COPO) program, a program General Motors utilized for armada vehicles like squad cars, taxis, and so on., to specially request Camaros with a 427 V-8.
Today, vintage Yenkos are a portion of the rarest, significant, and most collectable Chevrolet makes on the planet. When one of these one-of-a-kind autos incidentally shows up at auction, costs regularly start at $250,000. For early Camaros, you’re taking a gander at significantly higher numbers. BNMC hasn’t said valuing for its 50th commemoration 1968 Yenko Camaro, however, the organization has different Yenko Camaros it’s manufactured starting from $149,995.
As an extra tidbit, there’s additionally an organization building present day Yenko Camaros based on the present 6th gen make. Strength Vehicle Engineering of Toms River, New Jersey a year ago uncovered a 2017 Yenko Camaro controlled by supercharged and stroked V-8 with 800 HP.
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