| Print

1970 Chevrolet Nova YENKO DEUCE LT1 350/365 HP

Stock # MUSEUM 63, Manual, 32595 mi.
MUSEUM ONLY

Are You Interested?

Our vehicle experts are standing by to answer any questions:

Call Us (215) 781-3790

Vehicle Location

LRA Enterprises
3114 Veterans Highway
Bristol, PA 19007

Email Us





Please check errors
  • Type: Used
  • Model: Nova
  • Trim: YENKO DEUCE LT1 350/365 HP
  • Body: Coupe
  • Exterior: Fathom Blue
  • Interior: Black
  • Doors: 2
  • Stock#: MUSEUM 63
  • VIN #: 0W349800
  • Mileage: 32595
  • Fuel: Gas
  • Drive: Rear Wheel Drive
L.R.A. Enterprises Auto Museum and Sales presents:
1970 CHEVROLET YENKO DEUCE
LT1 350/365 HP, 4-Speed

  • 1 of 175 Yenko Deuce Novas produced
  • LT1 350/360 HP V-8 engine
  • 4-speed manual transmission
  • Power front disc brakes
  • Hood tachometer
  • Headers and dual exhaust
  • 5-spoke wheels with Y center caps
  • Firestone Wide Oval tires
  • Fathom Blue with Black interior
  • Yenko stripes and emblem
  • Listed on the Yenko Deuce VIN list
  • Copy of a previous title
  • Original Protect-O-Plate

For 1970, Don Yenko knew he was facing a rapidly reshaped sales environment. His Super Camaro program in 1969 had started a revolution, but big inches were becoming an insurance problem. Hence, the Yenko Deuce releases, like this car, became the first time the SYC name was applied to a displacement package that was smaller than the largest factory-available engine combination, as the company still offered the SS396 Nova package in 1970. Yenko, however, was one step ahead of the game, as he knew the potential of the just-released LT1 350/360 HP V-8 engine, at that point available only in the Corvette and redesigned Camaro Z28. Using his notable connections in Detroit, he was granted a COPO code to get this engine installed in place of the standard 350 CI V-8 in non-SS Novas. COPO 9010 eventually resulted in 175 Yenko Deuce Novas. It came with the M21 close-ratio 4-speed manual transmission, and Yenko also specified power front disc brakes and heavy-duty cooling equipment on these cars. Headers and dual exhaust are on this example’s engine, which still has the factory-released LT1 chrome-lid air cleaner. This car is painted in classic Fathom Blue and features white Yenko Deuce graphics that included side stripes with rear-fender identification, the name of the engine, LT1, laid out in parallel stripes on the hood, and a special Dixco hood-mounted tachometer featuring a Yenko insignia on its face. Inside, this car has the standard black vinyl seating, auxiliary gauges, Yenko Deuce door callouts and chrome pedal dress-ups. A set of 5-spoke wheels with Y-logo center caps are on all four corners, and this car rides on Firestone Wide Oval tires. Quite ironically, this would be the final of Yenko’s V-8 packages during the era, as Don would go to Vega models the following year. That said, the hot lil’ Deuce and its LT1 driveline combination was a fitting conclusion to that heritage.

Call or email with any questions or to setup an appointment! 215-781-3790 - sales@lrasales.com Thank you for visiting!


M
All pricing and details are believed to be accurate, but we do not warrant or guarantee such accuracy. The prices shown above, may vary from region to region, as will incentives, and are subject to change. Vehicle information is based off standard equipment and may vary from vehicle to vehicle. Call or email for complete vehicle specific information.