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First Production 2015 Yenko/SC Camaros Debut at Sun Chevrolet

Posted June 02, 2015 10:00 AM by dstrohl
Pathfinder Tags: camaro chevrolet classic auto design

May 14, 2015 was proclaimed "Yenko Day" by Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, Mayor David H. Rhome. One reason is obvious to many muscle car fans, as 575 West Pike street in Canonsburg was the home of Yenko Chevrolet and Yenko Sportscars when famed racer and owner Don Yenko and his staff built and sold the 1966-69 Stinger Corvairs; 427 Yenko/SC 1967-69 Camaros and 1969 Chevelles and Novas; 1970 Deuce LT-1 Novas; and 1971-73 Stinger II Vegas.

See the parade of Camaros in Canonsburg, Pa.

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