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You love it when someone invests the right money to build a powerful classic just like you would, and this incredible 1967 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova is a prime example. With an enhanced small block, four-speed stick, gorgeous paint, cold A/C interior, and plenty of other upgrades, it's obvious that no corners were cut in its construction.
This Chevy was born Butternut Yellow, but what you see today is far more vibrant. And this hardtop has earned this bold upgrade. It has the gloss and shine that comes from investing in a very professional application of the best modern paints. The super scoop cowl hood, redline tires, and Super Sport badging are nice upgrades that give this an extra attitude. Those are nice custom pieces, but the rest of this fierce look comes from a careful restoration of the original GM steel. After all, that crease in the sheetmetal runs the full profile like an unbroken line. Plus, you get all the correct vintage Nova details like the Rally wheels and bright chrome bumpers front and rear. So it's a head-turner for being both complete and custom.
This car came the right way from the factory with black vinyl buckets, but you can instantly tell there have been some upgrades. Few people take the time, effort, and investment to have the full deluxe interior treatment. That means an intricate pattern on the seats with the sporty full-length white stripe. This is repeated on the door panel to give this Nova a very premium feeling. Plus, the desirable chrome center console is another hallmark of the SS package that shows you this had a careful upgrade. You'll love correct pieces like the bright dash and extra-wide speedometer, but this very cool Nova is far from stock. There are some subtle upgrades that make this more comfortable like the retro-style AM/FM/cassette stereo, and now there's cold-blowing air conditioning. You slip behind a Flaming River woodgrain steering wheel. The full auxiliary gauge package is cleanly installed. And the large column-mounted Bosch tach and new Hurst competition shifter are an ideal pairing.
Pop the hood for a terrific-looking motor. The dark and tidy walls funnel your attention to all the polished pieces, like the valve covers, air topper, alternator, compressor, and more. And the bold orange Chevy V8 block looks like it's radiating power. This is a 283 cubic-inch unit that has some nice performance upgrades, like an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, aluminum hi-rise intake, and HEI distributor. The exhaust manifolds are new, and this is the gateway to the sweet sound of performance out of the dual tips in the rear. Best of all, you have complete control over this lightweight and powerful package thanks to the Muncie four-speed manual transmission. Plus, there are nice driving upgrades like power brakes and BF Goodrich treads on those classic redlines.
The sale comes complete with owner's manual, build receipts, service manuals, and maintenance records. It's a turn-key ready classic that's ready to turn heads this weekend. So don't miss out. Call today!!!
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