614 E. Auto Center Dr.
Sleek style and an upgraded A/C interior make this 1967 Chevrolet Nova an attractive cruiser. And the upgraded suspension, four-on-the-floor, and the stunningly powerful small block make it an irresistible driver's classic.
This is a bold hardtop, and so the first thing they did was make sure to upgrade it to a bright red. More than just look vibrant, the paint has a solid shine that helps showcase the good panel alignment. Plus, we love these second-generation Novas because they perfectly added some of Chevy's '60s-style muscle car aggression without ever losing its sleeper attitude. The outstretched front fenders, straight sides with body creases, and confidently crisp rear end add a substantial look to this smaller/lighter package. And they made sure the classic chrome bumpers were mirror-like so you take notice of how they hug the form. It really is a well-done detailed style, right down to the classic redline performance tires that also look so good against the paint.
The interior does a great job of blending vintage and new. For example, the upholstery is a fresher investment, but the style of the seats and door panels keep the detailed look of the Nova's deluxe factory package - including the sporty white stripe. The classic dome light shines brighter with an LED light. The radio has the classic style, but it's a modern AM/FM digital tuner. And the factory heater controls are your gateway to an upgraded R134a air conditioning system. Plus, the wood-rimmed steering wheel, large horizon tach, and Hurst shifter get your enthusiast heart pumping.
The engine bay has clean inner walls and plenty of polished components to make sure that you'll love showing it off. And this is a true powerhouse that starts with a 400 cubic-inch V8. It gives you a big block displacement in a small block size. It has been upgraded further with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, a performance intake, and headers that feed the dual exhaust. You'll also spot good supporting components, like an Optima red top battery and an electric fan. The V8 is a strong runner, and the four-speed manual transmission gives you control over the power and its soundtrack. As you look underneath, you'll spot solid investment in an upgraded front suspension and subframe connectors. In fact, control is well in hand with features like power steering, power brakes, and front discs.
This is the sleek and powerful Nova hardtop done with all the right upgrades. It's a coupe that's ready to turn heads this weekend. So don't miss out, call today!
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