If your not viewing this vehicle on our website. Please view the 98 photos & Video on our website at cherokeeautogroup.com "Type in search "1972 YENKO" in search tab! Check out this awesome Bad Boy! Its a 1972 Chevrolet Nova SS 427 Yenko Tribute! Its featured here & finished in stunning black over white stripe color combination over a Black interior with correct white Yenko stripes & badges/labels. This car has a 427 bagged 454 big block with lots of HI-PO parts! It runs super strong with 4-bbl, dual exhaust, headers, Edilbrock carb & intake, dual electric fans, HEI ignition & more! Tight Muncie 4-Speed & 10 bolt posi traction rear diff. Power Steering, Power Brakes. Ultra straight & slick black paint & body with great lines & gaps & all doors & hood open and close like its 1972! Rides & drives out smooth & strong! Super nice very tidy interior! Super nice engine bay. Super nice undercarrage! Super nice trunk! This is a wiper, radio & heater delete car. We have painted cowl and wiper arms and wiper transmission if you want to add wipers back. Excellent chrome & seals. Nice vintage Legend series wheels with Yenko spinners & Red-Line 215-70-15 BFG's! This particular example was the recipient of a thorough, full nut and bolt build transforming it into a near dead on tribute to the limited edition 427 Yenko Novas! Only 38 real 427 Yenko Novas were ever built! One that comes to mind sold at Mecum a few years ago for $380k. So weigh your options with this gem your get the look and feel on this deal for pennys on the dollar! Lots of attention to detail can be observed throughout this professional build with period correct component present in this Nova. This Yenko Tribute has just been offered for sale and was just aquired out of a private collection and today presents in fantastic condition! It has been been driven less than 3000 miles since its completion. Some history on Yenko's....Don Yenko was responsible for some of the hottest-performing muscle cars of the '60s and '70s, but when it came to producing the Yenko SC427 Nova, even he had second thoughts about putting together a machine he once referred to as “barely legal at best” and "the wildest thing we ever did" in describing why GM refused to build them through the COPO program. Indeed, GM brass was specifically concerned with product liability issues with a car that could blithely trailer a similarly equipped Corvette. While they may have agreed with great reluctance to produce 427-powered versions of the Camaro and Chevelle, loading the lightweight Nova with that much firepower was out of the question. Nonetheless, Yenko Chevrolet converted at total of 38 SC427 Novas according to the Yenko Sportscar Club! We are proud to offer this super nice Chevrolet Nova 427 Yenko Tribute to a homage to its history!, This Nova is parked in our on site showroom. Miles listed in ad ad at 24xxx are what are showing on its 5 diget odometer. Nova will be sold miles exempt in excess of its mech limits. Please call ahead to set up a time to check it out!