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Live Oak, Florida US
April 22, 2013
Ad listing has Expired ( May 22, 2013)
Make / Model: Chevrolet Nova
Title Status: Clear
Engine: 8 cyl. Transmission: Manual
Exterior Color: 2K primer Buff
Interior Color: Black
1972 Nova Clone SS Rust free body. I am 70 years old and have run out of time for all my projects. I presently have 6 projects. I started restoring cars at the age of 15. I chose this car because of its rust free condition. The interior is out of the car for your floor pan inspection. The frame has been sand blasted and preserved with Chassis Paint. Note this is not tar or undercoating it is a paint designed for a life time of free maintenance. The motor was professionally rebuilt. it is a 350 Chevrolet. Money was not spared in this rebuild. Zero miles. I have all the receipts. I also have a rebuilt 396 / 375 that I am willing to sell separately if you buy the car. The transmission is a 4 speed with new pressure plate, clutch and throw out bearing. I have O.E.M. 4 leaf rear springs that go with the car. The body and jambs are ready to paint in your choice of color. The car was originally blue. I have the original blue paint that will go with the car. I will also give you the SS chrome and emblems to finish the car. The dash, dash pad. gages, and steering wheel are original and in excellent shape. The car comes with the original SS interior. All of the small parts are sandblasted, epoxy primered and painted black and will be included with the car. The car needs painting and reassembly. All the dirty work is done to make a high dollar show car. $11,200 Robert 386 362 3874 I am also selling a 1966 Olds 442 that is ready to paint
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