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This 1971 Chevrolet Nova is exactly what you want in a muscle car. It has a slick paint, a five-speed stick, and big block power. Best of all, with an A/C interior and plenty of other upgrades, this coupe has been carefully constructed to be both comfortable and powerful. So you can enjoy the best of everything on this bold Chevy.
This classic Nova has been given plenty of modern upgrades, so the best way to tell the world is with modern paint. After all, Chevy never offered a color like Screaming Yellow, and there's a slickness to the finish that tells you there has been a nice investment in a professional application. So now every time the sunshine hits this classic, the modern clearcoat highlights the crisp lines and fastback profile that we all love on these 3rd-gen Novas. Adding to the awesome shine are pieces like freshly-dipped chrome bumpers, great glass, and the 15-inch American Racing Torq Thrust alloys with Yenko center caps. Brand new BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires were just installed September of 2020 (not the same ones currently in the pictures)! And you know that's not the only Yenko detail on this car. The matte black Yenko stripe is the exact opposite of the glossy yellow, and so it makes for a bold contrast as it runs down the sides and across the trunk. It's part of a speedy style that's continued on the blacked-out grille and cowl hood.
If you like the black accenting of the outside, then you're going to love the full black interior. They made a big investment here to make sure everything feels fresh. The seats, door panels, carpeting, headliner, and everything show a quality investment - right down to the little places, like the package tray. There are also nice thoughtful details, like the cup holder center console in-between the front bucket seats, and the upgraded AM/FM/cassette stereo is a cool retro-style digital tuner. And of course, we all love cold-blowing air conditioning. Plus, this is setup to be quite a sporty machine with the grippy sports steering wheel, Hurst shifter, and the white-faced gauges glowing within this dark atmosphere (including the handy tach.)
This one earns its Yenko performance stripes with its 454 cubic-inch V8. The presentation is fantastic with the freshly painted big block and all the bright elements like the air topper, compressor, alternator, and valve covers. But once you look beyond the flash, there's some serious performance substance. The big V8 has been built with goodies like Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, powder coated hi-rise intake, and long tube headers feeding the growling dual exhaust. Dont forget about the aluminum radiator to help keep this big block at the right temperature. This is a beastly Nova, and you get to harness it all with the five-speed manual transmission. And as you look at the undercarriage photos, you'll spot frame connectors, upgraded rear leaf springs, traction bars, and the fuel cell has been moved to the trunk with the battery. So this was has been built to really bring the power to the pavement. And the power steering and power brakes with discs up front make this a good anytime driver.
Bold, comfortable, classic, fresh, and absolutely powerful - this Nova is an all-around awesome build for those who want it all. Call today!!!
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