The 1970 Yenko Deuce was a COPO ordered car from Chevrolet, although not usually referred to as a COPO like the 427 Camaros. Entering the 1970's Yenko had to confront not only the gas crisis issues, but insurance company rates, and just about anything else that discouraged the sales of big cubic inch high performance cars. Yenko's answer to that was to COPO order the LT1 350 375HP Corvette motors into the lightweight Nova body. Still a high performance package in disguise, and the insurance company would be none the wiser when the car's owner told them they owned a 350 motor Nova.
There were 176 of these Yenko Deuce Novas produced in the 1970 model year only. Less than half of these are accounted for today.This particular Yenko Deuce is a 4 speed that retains it's original drivetrain.