9 Years To Buy 1967 Yenko Camaro - Then Surprising Original Owner With Concours RestorationJun 10, 2021
there is the current building and
originalbuilding with the signage. It would be a difficult job, but someone has to do it. You know, here's the guy we want. To meet right there, Warren, how are you? Hi Warren, Doug, Barry Warren worked for Yenco from 1965 to 1971. He took us on a tour of the exterior of the old building. Go up to the upper offices here, where Don Yankovic is here. Don yinko famous. racing driver best known for creating the yinco
camarodonna may mims famous racing driver and executive secretary at yenco chevrolet she was an intimidator and if you've seen her coming, if she could catch you, she'll come this way one way or another You know, yeah, she is truly special, and so is this building.
As I walked I imagined what a great center for celebrating the cars and people that make up Yinco history, like John Weaver, this space was full of Z28s, there must have been 50. 75 of them were there the entire way. I come back here, the car I ended up buying was sitting here on this concrete under a matte tart. Barzak helps extract the now restored
camaroinco and on a glorious day in western pennsylvania insert the car into the road just use emergency for our hot rod magazine photo shoot, frank carone and matt lemire in the front, that's first time this car sees the light of day, one of the big block camaros with cal plenum induction, very important power windows, hey beck, when you go that direction a little like us.
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Pushing you I don't like this thanksNervous yeah here we go clearing this up I know when I hit it there to service it one time dawn he took me for a ride he asked me if I liked the car he wanted to know if I could give a ride on it. I said well, sure and I said well, can I drive? I said well, yeah and I'll tell you we hadn't left the parking lot yet, although he had that fishtail thing coming out of the parking lot, here we go down the road. 80 to 90 miles an hour and I kept thinking, what did he do that they put me in here?
And one of the last things he told me was that I really love these cars, he said I'm lucky that that's the last car that didn't have all the smog equipment and he couldn't build them that way anymore.
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