Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
Take some time to really go over all the details of this 1967 Chevrolet Chevy II. It has been given a quality restoration to be almost a tribute to the stealthy/speedy L79 Nova. The even took the time to give it proper V8 power and four-on-the-floor. So its vintage style with the tingle of performance that you're going to find irresistible.
Those in the know love the L79 Novas. It was an ultra rare option that gave these a hot small block. In fact, it's so seldom-seen that restored examples easily hit six-figures. From the outside, you can barely tell that these sleepers are giant killers, and they often only had the racing flags on the fenders to warn others (just like this tribute carries.) More than just a cool sleeper tribute, you're going to love this for the overall quality of the restoration. The factory-correct Marina Blue has an outstanding shine that really radiates its quality. So when you take it out in the sunshine, this loves to show off the depth of its color and straightness of the sheetmetal. And those mirror-like chrome bumpers do a great job of adding to the car's impressiveness. While this all looks quite nice, it also wants to keep its vintage personality. So we really appreciate the details, like the correct Chevy II badging and color-matched steelies with factory-style hub caps.
Just like the exterior, the budget spent inside focused on the classic experience. Nice carpeting, taut door panels, and fresh seats with vintage textured inserts are all about turning the clock back over half a century. But there's also something more going on here. The floor shifter and horizontal tach are sporty additions that are also period-correct. And even the grippy NK4 sports steering wheel upgrade doesn't look too out place considering they were a part of the next-gen Nova. All of this gets you ready for something nice under the hood.
The engine bay has the fresh and clean look just like the rest of the car. And that dual snorkel air inlet makes this a replica of the powerful and rare L79 Nova. Of course, proper V8 proper makes this a fine machine all on its own. The 283 cubic-inch V8 fires up eagerly as it inhales deeply with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. And the Flowmaster mufflers on the dual exhaust give a sweet tune. The full restoration means even the undercarriage has a fresh look, and there are newer components that give this a solid feeling on the road. The control of the four-speed manual transmission, firm braking power, and modern BF Goodrich T/As come together to deliver a vintage but confident driving experience.
This is a crisply detailed Chevy II done with a fun power package. So you know you need to get your hands on this deal. Call today!!!
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