Remember 2 Fast 2 Furious? Paul Walker hammered signature muscle through the streets of Miami, dominating with the barrier-shattering speed of a '69 Yenko 427 Camaro. A complete frame-off, rotisserie restoration has returned this beauty to impeccable showroom quality, while maintaining Hollywood's stunt car modifications: RCI fuel cell for safety, tow tabs/mounts, Sparco racing seatbelts, a Hurst line/loc for burn outs, and BF Goodrich tires with original Crager rims. Owners Lee Mitzel and noted Yenko restorer, Gene G Schmidt, received a Certificate of Authenticity, signed by Hollywood's Ted Moser, together with uncut film footage, limited edition Filmcell #7, and an Universal Studios press kit. From Bismarck/Mandan, North Dakota, Schmidt is one of the few if not the only person who can say he's completely restored one of more of every Camaro that Don Yenko ever produced, more that a dozen in 25 years. His LeMans blue clone masterpiece features authentic Yenko components: a 425 horsepower 427 cubic inch Yenko motor, a Hurst automatic Turbo 400 shifter, a BE 12 bolt rear-end, and Stewart Warner instrumentation. Color correct and powder coated, the frame and components are detailed down to the actual factory inspection marks. Registered at 65,000 actual miles. A picture car key list received with the press kit identifies this car as #105, 2nd unit.