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1969 Chevrolet Nova Yenko
The Danbury Mint 1969 Yenko Nova was voted, by you the collector, the 2005 JSS Software "Model of the Year".
By the end of the 1960s the compact Chevy II, recently restyled and renamed "Nova," could be purchased as a no frills automobile. However, the "do your own thing" buyer now had some choices that could get pretty wild, including the potent SS-396 package. For Chevrolet dealer Don Yenko "wild"" begged to be escalated to "savage!"
Yenko had previously used GMs COPC (Central Office Production Order) to conjure up the legendary Yenko Camaro. This time, Yenko took a stock Nova SS-396, replaced the power plant with an asphalt-ripping RPO L72 big-block V-8, and added a tachometer, special stripes and "Yenko Super Cars" ID. Out of the dealership garage roared a lightweight car equipped with a 427 cubic-inch 425hp heart, reportedly capable of 0-60 in under 4 seconds! Only 37 of these beasts were produced, all of them the stuff of Muscle Car maniacs' dreams... and insurance companies' nightmares.