Limited to just 50 units, manual-trans-equipped Yenkos benefit from the six-speed unit used on the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1. Five-spoke Torq-Thrust-style wheels are shod in meaty Goodyear rubber, which themselves feature retro-cool raised white letters.
Of course, a muscle car's potency isn't just measured on the dyno or on the track, it's also assessed on how it catches the eye of passersby. In that regard, the Yenko's aesthetics are a match for its thundering engine. An RTM hood and a new grille, courtesy of General Motors, are the main body changes, while 427 and Yenko badges let everyone know what you're driving, just in case the three Yenko-inspired stripes aren't quite clear enough.
We're working on acquiring a press release with more details on the 427 Camaro, and will update this post as soon as one becomes available. Until then, check out our live gallery of this 700-horsepower stunner.