213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
It's not just that this 1976 Chevy Nova Concours has low mileage, an A/C interior, exceptional preservation, and excellent documentation. It's that you can get all of these desirable features on a V8-powered classic that is exceptionally affordable.
When was the last time you saw a fourth-gen Nova? So this one is not only a time capsule, but also likely the only one showing up to the event. And the Concours name certainly applies here today, because this one is likely to be invited to some prestigious survivor events. The Cream paint shows all the right signs of being factory original, and it shows far fewer signs of use than you would expect on a car that's rapidly approaching the half-century benchmark. The same goes for the fit of the body. And we can understand why this one would get special care. It has an upscale look, especially with a premium half-vinyl roof and bright trim bordering it. The big chrome bumpers, bright headlight bezels, special badging, and optional color-matched Rally wheels are all part of a premium and preserved presentation. It all shows exceptionally well because this car shows all signs of averaging less than 800 miles annually.
The tan vinyl interior appears to be entirely original, and so it's a further testament to how well-preserved and cared for this vehicle is. Good carpeting, color-keyed floor mats, smooth wood-like trim, and textured door panels are all part of this detailed premium style. The front bench has a supple feel, and there's even a fold-down armrest for more individual-style comfort. In fact, this really feels centered around you with a tilt steering column and the best features within easy reach. As a premium Nova, this was optioned with factory air conditioning, and now it runs R134a refrigerant for easy recharging. They even left the factory Delco AM radio with 8-track there for display in this time capsule.
The original window sticker specifies a 305 cubic inch V8 under the hood, and it's the numbers-matching unit sitting in bright orange there today. It's exceptionally stock and very nicely detailed, right down to the AC decal in the air cleaner. And the way this V8 fires up and runs reaffirms a life of care so far. The TH350 three-speed automatic links to a 2.73 gear set out back, so it cruises easily on the highway. You even have power steering, power brakes, and front discs that will make it easy to add to the low odometer.
The sale comes complete with exceptional documentation, including the original window sticker, dealer invoice, owner's manual, previous registrations, and maintenance records. This is your rare opportunity at an affordable classic that has been respected for generations. Call today!!!
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