Auto show season may be ready to kick into full swing, but auction season has only just begun, too. Barrett-Jackson and Mecum are preparing to offer up some of the best classic vehicles across the United States but, today, we have six that should tickle your fancy.
Each of these six Chevrolets have been massaged over by Yenko and will appear for auction at Mecum Kissimmee between the dates of January 15-24.
First up is this 1969 Chevrolet Yenko Chevelle.
Sitting as 1-of-99 ever produced, this 1969 Yenko Chevelle features an L72 427 cubic-inch, 425 hp V8 paired to a four-speed manual transmission.
Next up is a highly-optioned 1969 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro, one of the greatest masterpieces Yenko is known for. The same L72 427 cubic-inch, 425 hp V8 is found under the hood here. It’s also paired to a four-speed manual, too.
Super Car Workshop has restored this 1969 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro to a time-period correct standard, making use of of its 427 cubic-inches for 425 hp. We’re quite liking the green color seen, too.
Here we have a second 1969 Chevrolet Yenko Chevelle, except this one is all original. Merely 30,087 miles adorn the odometer, and the Chevelle has not undergone any restoration. Mecum states it is also extremely well documented.
The last of the Yenko Camaros is this 1969 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro in white, which has remained original since it was sold new at Jack Douglas Chevrolet many years ago. The same 427 cubic-inch, 425 hp V8 is also alive and well, too.
Finally, a real rarity. This is a 1970 Chevrolet Yenko Deuce. The Deuce, based on the Chevy II, only saw 175 units produced and is powered by a potent LT1 350 cubic-inch, 360 hp V8. Power is sent through a proper four-speed manual gearbox.