1970 Chevy Yenko Duece Nova: Muscle Car Of The Week Video Episode #204

  • Published on May 26, 2017
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Comments • 29

  • Ben Manning
    Ben Manning 4 months ago +1

    Love Chevy2

  • Jeremy Thompson
    Jeremy Thompson 8 months ago +2

    I'm a Mopar guy but the 1970 version of the Chevy LT1 350 is probably the baddest small block of the muscle car era. Love the 70 1/2 Z28 Camaro and 70 Yenko Deuce Nova. Pretty sure the LT1 was available in Corvette's too but I'm not a huge Vette fan...unless it's an L88

  • baron hyatt
    baron hyatt 9 months ago +1

    I want to live down in Florida back in the 90s my mom had a neighbor that lives Three Doors Down from her house and he had an original Yanko back then that car is worth two million bucks if pushed out 800 horses close to it anyway I already took my mom for a ride from my house to the gas station and back

  • bg147
    bg147 2 years ago +1

    Did it have dual exhaust resonators? I know my 1968 Camaro had that, single, dual muffler.

  • Johnnyc drums
    Johnnyc drums 2 years ago +1

    I love it, and I'm a Ford guy.

  • Bostonclassics1
    Bostonclassics1 2 years ago +3

    Nice new camera work. Love these videos.

  • Hotwheel66
    Hotwheel66 2 years ago +1

    Who are these Brothers We hear so much about?

    • NVRAMboi
      NVRAMboi 2 years ago +1

      Safe to assume they love cars, are wealthy and value their privacy:

  • MannerMan
    MannerMan 2 years ago +3

    Any Mavericks in the brothers collection? I'm restoring a -71 right now with my father, would love to see one featured!

    • Jeremy Thompson
      Jeremy Thompson 8 months ago +1

      My mom had a 73 Comet GT 302-4 speed when I was a kid. My dad did a few mods to it so it was a pretty quick car for a low compression engine from 1973

  • C.J CJ
    C.J CJ 2 years ago +1

    1968 Nova also came with 4cyl engines.

    • NVRAMboi
      NVRAMboi 2 years ago +2

      ...in an unfortunate turn of events.

  • BrewBlaster
    BrewBlaster 2 years ago +1

    I saw the Blue one. I guess i am a Nova freak!

  • Michael Clarke
    Michael Clarke 2 years ago +1

    Well, there goes all my Yenko Deuce trivia questions for the V8 Radio podcast. Arrrgh!!

  • Frozen Canuck Patrick James

    I miss my old Nova.

  • Newton Washinton
    Newton Washinton 2 years ago

    Nova Great car back then

  • Barry Snider
    Barry Snider 2 years ago +3

    Nova also came in 4dr !

      ZEZERBING 2 years ago +1

      Russell Loyd the so-called chevyII had a wagon version like ford did with the falcon.

    • Russell Loyd
      Russell Loyd 2 years ago +1

      ZEZERBING yes. first offered in '73, I believe.

    • Barry Snider
      Barry Snider 2 years ago +1

      I'm sure a few times I went to see Novas for sale and there were 4dr parts cars available I think they always made a 4dr because it was the economy car then they made it a muscle car......and a cool one it is!!

      ZEZERBING 2 years ago +2

      Russell Loyd but wasn't that later, '73 or'74 ?

    • Russell Loyd
      Russell Loyd 2 years ago +1

      Barry Snider and hatchback/liftback.

  • Atlanta Light
    Atlanta Light 2 years ago +1

    Before I bought my '77 Nova I was hopeful I'd find a Yenko. Once I found out how much even a rusted out shell cost I abandoned that dream lol

  • bluecitybluetube
    bluecitybluetube 2 years ago +1

    That the Factory Rims?

    • NVRAMboi
      NVRAMboi 2 years ago +1

      Yenko standard five spokes - not Chevrolet factory. Made by American Racing (Co.) I think.

  • Bernard Flood
    Bernard Flood 2 years ago +1

    Greetings from Ireland. Great looking car. Is the alternator pulley out of ballance?

  • Mark Wegner
    Mark Wegner 2 years ago +1


  • TheMarnior
    TheMarnior 2 years ago +2

    360hp /380torque I think is right

  • Live Wire
    Live Wire 2 years ago +1

    That's a beautiful deuce, but there was a lot of vette teasing in this video. I hope you'll do another one soon!