800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1971 Chevrolet Nova has been given a high-quality restoration to be a great mix of sporty and sophisticated. So look over everything from the well-built V8 to the custom leather interior, and you'll see a sharp, fresh, and overall awesome Chevy.
Distinction for this Nova starts with the paint. The light blue looks close to some of the colors available in 1971, and so it looks right on this classic. But take it out into the sunlight, and the metallic element really pops to showcase the well-done panels and the overall attraction of what a modern quality application really can do. The form-fitting chrome bumpers and full rocker trim add to this car's shine. Plus, the Rally wheels, hood pins, and unique large hood scoop remind us all that the Nova is packing a V8. And the black vinyl roof adds the last touch of distinction when you want to look both powerful and sophisticated.
While the exterior shows off what a proper restoration budget can do for a classic appearance, the interior received investments to get you into modern times. It starts with an upgrade to supple leather upholstery. And those front bucket seats just love to hug your body's form. You get a sea of blue not only on the seats, but also the door panels, floor mats, and dash. It all has a fresh look and some tasteful wood accenting. And have you checked out how the custom center console houses backlit cup holders? Possibly the best way to see how this one blends vintage and new comes from when you slip into the driver's seat. The steering wheel is the classic-style wood and chrome unit, and when you look beyond it, there's the cool blue glow of digital gauges.
The clean and dark inner walls of the engine bay really get you to focus on the well-built heart in the middle. This 350 cubic-inch small block has a fresh presentation with nice details, like the bright ribbed valve covers and the color-matched air grabber. Plus, this V8 was built for stout power with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Weiand Street Warrior intake, and headers. It gives this Nova nice power for the streets and a sweet sound out of the dual exhaust. The way this one fires up, idles, and runs reaffirms the total quality investment during the restoration. And because you have power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, power brakes, and front discs, this Nova makes for a fine all-around cruiser.
Distinction has been the key word for this car, because this Nova has a ton of it. So if you love a fully restored classic that will stand out in a crowd, don't miss this Chevy. Call now!
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