Aimed squarely at the Ford Falcon as an all new competitor, the Chevy II soon became GMs poster child for offering "maximum functionalism with thrift." Our "Second Gen" 1967 Chevy II you see here is a real deal Super Sport, as confirmed by its 11837 data plate designation. It also reveals that this car was produced originally in Granada Gold over a Gold vinyl interior. As you can see, the cars current owner wisely chose to go Marina Blue instead over those laser straight flanks and it adds so much more character to this cars classic lines. Add to the mix newly chromed bumpers, correct Super Sport badging and American Racing Torque-Thrust wheels mounted on 245/45/17 tires and there you have the icing on top of this cake. In lieu of the original gold interior is this visually striking SS interior; featuring pleated black vinyl bucket seats trimmed with white center accent stripes and an SS console. Auxiliary gauges under-dash, along with an aftermarket tachometer helps to keep tabs on the necessary vital signs. Under that steel cowl induction hoods lies a modified 327 packing a single four-barrel Holley sitting on a single plane aluminum intake that feeds a classic pair of 202 heads the vital air and fuel mixture it needs while a pair of ceramic coated headers and Flowmaster mufflers handle disposing those spent gasses. Backing up this potent mill is a tried and true, Turbo 350 three-speed transmission spinning a factory, ten-bolt rear end with 3.50:1 gearing. Keeping all this on the ground is a suspension system you can be proud of; featuring chromed front tubular upper and lower control arms, attached to a powder-coated sub-frame that supports a pair of adjustable coil-over shocks. Bringing up the rear is a powder-coated, four link suspension and pan hard rod to keep everything reeled in and nailed down. This is one fine and fun little Nova you can make your own. Call 800-650-1055 or visit our website at www.autobarnclassiccars.com for more information. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS"
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