Classic Auto Mall
6180 Morgantown Road
1967 Chevrolet Nova SS
The 1960's Chevy II/Nova was one of Chevrolet's bestselling models and was sold as a compact car. It didn't take General Motors long to realize they could put some of their bigger engines in these cars and people would buy them for performance as well. Hence a Nova ad that states, "The Sleeper Awakes."
Dignifying our showroom space here at Classic Auto Mall is this Nova SS stunner. I say this because one look at the fit, finish, and paint on this car and you will not be able to restrain yourself from being impressed. A certainly assured job well done, very few faults, definitely a show car, however you do not need to be afraid of taking it out on the weekends and blow out of some the carbon buildup as dad used to say!
Gosh where do I start...I could just say it's all great, and be scary as to my accuracy, but I digress...a shiny egg crate grille with single headlights flanking either side, all surrounded by beautiful trim work, and held up by an original re-plated bumper with no faults in the chrome. A new hood (original retained as well) perfectly makes its way back to factory tinted glass surrounded by re-plated and polished trim. Some new OEM GM panels make up the slabbed sides, but they align just perfectly, and are spattered with newly plated polished handles, mirrors, and badging. Bringing up the rear is a straight as an arrow trunk lid, and rear trimmed taillights, with a bumper below, all re-plated and polished to factory looks. Paint is stunning on this car and is Tuxedo Black. Rally wheels and Firestone E-7014 redlines are affixed to all corners.
A factory console, all newly upholstered seats, new carpet, rebuilt instruments, and a new steering wheel (original retained and comes with the car) all dressed in black vinyl, and a white stripe added to each seat running right up the middle...oh and add a vertical stripe on the doors to be even more matchey and cool! Consigner states that Vintage Air comes with this car but is not installed and includes the complete system. A CD player is mounted in the trunk, and an aftermarket Bluetooth radio is fitted nicely into the dash...first class.
327 Cubes in the form of a healthy V8 are happily mounted in a pristine engine compartment home. This mill has been totally rebuilt to L79 specs, and is a consigner stated numbers matching engine (Chevrolet did not stamp the blocks with the sequential unit # until 1968 as per federal mandate.) The original 4-speed Muncie is strapped to the rear of the mill, and a 4-barrel carburetor is atop. Power flows back to a 12-bolt posi rear. Total visual eye candy under the hood, just like on the 1967 showroom floor.
When one states every nut and bolt was taken off this car for the restoration, you would expect to see what is under this car...nothing but clean, mechanically perfect, straight, shiny compilation of parts working together as they should...amen!
This car is a real highlighter here, and rightfully so. All the attention to detail, restored to exactly how it looked in 1967, and runs like a clock. This will be the toughest block on your block. Deport your import and snap this one up, it won't be here long.
18-Chevy II Nova SS V8
37-2 Door Coupe
W-Willow Run MI Assy Plant
199555-Sequential Unit Number
06B-2nd Week June Build
ST 67 11837-1967 Chevy II Nova V8 2 Door Coupe
BDY WRN9607-Willow Run Body #
TRIM 780-Black Bucket Seats
PNT A A-Tuxedo Black
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 450 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.
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