The model was produced in limited numbers, and it features a special performance package that includes a L72 427/425hp engine.
Don Yenko's father, a very successful businessman, taught him about the Chevrolet automotive and truck industry while he was a young man in the 1950s and 1960s.
The Yenkos were impressed with Chevrolet's performance, and Don was a road racing prodigy.
After learning how to alter the factory's little-known "Central Office Production Order" (COPO) software,
he originally purchased five unusual 1965 Corvairs, gave them the name Yenko Stingers, and went road racing with friends and clients.
He gained notoriety in the Camaro, Chevelle, and Nova camps by creating some of the most terrifying cars on the roads in the late 1960s.
A 1969 Yenko Camaro with COPO 9561, a performance package that includes a L72 engine with 427/425 horsepower, an unique ducted hood,
two exhaust systems, increased cooling capacity, and improved suspension, was only produced in limited numbers.
The COPO 9737 Sports Car Conversion, which included a 140 mph speedometer,
a front stabiliser bar with a bigger diameter of 13/16 inches, and 15 x 7 Rally wheels with E70 raised white lettered tyres, was also given to Yenko Camaros.
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The 1969 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro Is A Rare Gem