This is one serious 1966 Nova. It has tremendous eye appeal and the muscle under the hood to back it up. Its powered by a fuel injected LT1 2 port Factory HM C4 Corvette Engine coupled to a T56 6 speed transmission with a ten bolt rear end. It also has Power Steering, Power Brakes, (Disks on the front and drums on the rear). A new fuse block, dash and engine harness have also been added. An alpine Stereo with four speakers will provide the sound along with Ultralight gauges. This car drives even better than it looks. We invite you to come and see for yourself, I think you will be very pleased and by the way please look at the pictures of the undercarriage closely this car really looks great, no issues. We welcome your inspection, the car is located in Atlanta, Ga.
I am selling this beautiful and rock solid 67 Chevy II Nova with a very potent 383 stroker small block with GM aluminum heads and Intake manifold. I didn't install the engine but was told it is an $8,000 build and pushing 500 H.P! The Transmission is a built 350 turbo with 3000 stall converter and as far as I can tell it still has the original Rearend. Sounds awesome with the 3 inch Flow Master exhaust system. This car will break the tires at 50 MPH but very road worthy. It is a southern Tenn car and the sheet metal is all original with no panels replaced or any rust bubbles. The stainless and moldings look fantastic and the bumpers have been re-chromed at some point recently and look new. The body is super straight and the base coat- clear coat paint job is awesome. I have pointed out a couple of very small flaws in the paint but you really have to look hard for them. The 18 inch wheels and tires have very few miles on them and do not rub. The interior in this car is unbelievable and 100% original except for the carpet. The glass is all original although it would pass for new with no scratches or dis coloring. Over all if you want a really good honest Chevy II that runs with the big dogs look no further you have found it!! And by the way this is the original color is called Nantucket blue. Asking $36,500
Pro Touring is about no compromises, and this incredible 1966 Chevy Nova Station Wagon is a prime example. With a thumping 350 cubic inch small block, a suspension hunkered down over gorgeous rolling stock, and a stunning leather interior, its obvious that no corners were cut in the construction. The crisp Nova has always been popular with hot rodders; heck, even the factory got into the act when they stuffed a potent L79 Corvette motor under the hood and created one of the most predatory sleepers ever. And giving a wagon the full pro-touring treatment really makes this one stand out! Rendered in low-key Ermine White, most folks take one look at the sleek, clean lines and figure that it has to be modified, but it isnt. Aside from some shaved emblems and the rear door handles (to give it the look of a 2-door), the rest of the car is original GM steel so the original grille and bright chrome bumpers front and rear look right. The two-stage urethane paint is dazzling in the sunlight, and you can imagine how the heads will turn when you prowl into the parking lot behind the wheel of this one. It might show a few very, very minor signs of use, but the overall look is clean, slick, and very nicely done. It more than lives up to the expectations made by the price tag. The spectacular tan leather interior came with a price tag of more than $12,000 all by itself and it shows. Gone is the original front bench, replaced by a pair of comfortable low-back buckets flanking a custom-made center console. Matching tan carpets and neatly sculpted door panels add to the updated vibe as well as helping to disguise the beast that lives underneath. Upgrades include a full set of Auto Meter gauges neatly built into the original instrument panel, neatly integrated A/C (ice cold, by the way), and a leather-wrapped dash pad. The steering wheel is an OEM unit from a Camaro or Corvette, so thats a nice nod to the past and the entertai9nment system is a $5000 setup thats powered by the touch-screen head unit in the console. Even the cargo bay is beautifully finished, probably too nice to work anymore but imagine hitting the road for the next Power Tour in this cool hauler! One turn of the key will convince you that the money was spent in the right place, because this 350 cubic inch V8 cackles and snarls. Fully rebuilt and featuring goodies like an Edelbrock intake manifold, Holley double pumper carburetor, an upgraded cam, and MSD ignition, it loves to rev but pulls with big torque at any speed. It has clearly been dressed to look purposeful, with beautifully finished inner fenders, a custom molded firewall, aluminum dress-up parts, and hidden wiring and plumbing, all of which was done with aesthetics in mind. A big aluminum radiator helps keep it nice and cool, even when youre in traffic, and even with the big cam, it never seems fussy. The suspension is augmented by an Air Ride setup that gives it that in-the-weeds look and theres a disc brake at all four corners. A 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission sends thrust back to a 9-inch Ford rear end full of 3.73 gears and it rides on a set of cool Torque Thrust wheels inside low-profile performance radials for a true Pro Touring look. This cars extensive list of modifications and equipment really needs more space than we have here, so please give us a call to get the full story. Or better yet, come and see it for yourself, you wont be disappointed. Call now!
This 1967 Chevy Nova would look great no matter what you did with it, but even the original version cant compete with the amazing street machine it has become. 454 cubic inches, an agile suspension, and stunning electric blue paint all work together to create one of the cleanest, meanest Novas weve ever seen. The minimalist shape of the Nova can be traced to its origins as an economy car, but when everything is done to show standards, it stands out as something special. The sheetmetal is so tight it appears stretched over the Novas chassis, and the single character line that stretches from nose to tail seems to visually make the car seem longer and lower than it really is. The Viper Blue metallic paint is simply spectacular, with a miles-deep finish that only hours of tedious hand sanding can achieve. Good panel alignment also contributes to this cars almost intangible good looks, along with a brilliant shine thats a result of a good color sand and buff. A few signs of use are evident, but theyre hard to find and most folks wont notice at all simply because the car looks so good overall. All the original trim remains intact, but on a Nova there isnt much, just nicely finished chrome bumpers front and rear, a simple grille up front, and Super Sport emblems on the quarters. A light tint on the glass adds the final touch that make this Nova look incredibly smooth. In some ways, the interior was restored to stock condition. There are new factory-style seat covers on the front bucket seats, the carpets and door panels are reproductions, and the shifter lives in a factory center console. Upgrades like the Auto Meter Pro-Comp gauges, AM/FM/CD stereo head unit, and B&M shifter give it a modern flair thats the essence of the Pro-Touring movement. An original steering wheel is the right choice in a vintage muscle car like this, and theres a fully functional back seat for some friends who probably wont complain about the accommodations. For better weight distribution and to free up some under-hood space, the battery was relocated to the trunk, which is clean but not fully finished, although a reproduction mat would be an inexpensive upgrade that would look great. Big power in a little package was the Nova SS calling card from day one, and with 454 cubic inches of bib block thunder, this one carries some serious blasting powder under the hood. With an Edelbrock aluminum intake, a big Holley 4-barrel carburetor and aluminum heads, this isnt just some lazy truck engine, but a torque-happy street assassin that perfectly complements the Novas compact size and agile handling. Dual electric fans and an electric water pump keep it nice and cool under any circumstances and we like the minimalist look of the engine bay. Custom sheetmetal inner fenders are made possible by a trick front suspension that includes a custom subframe and rack-and-pinion steering for great steering feel. A built 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission provides an overdrive gear for easy cruising and four-wheel disc brakes were added as a precaution, because that big block flings this little car around pretty easily. The suspension has been lowered, so it hunkers down just right over those beautiful polished Boyd Coddington aluminum wheels which wear staggered 17- and 18-inch performance radials. Wicked fast and fully sorted, early Novas dont get much nicer than this beautifully built hardtop. Call today!
Sorry Ford fans, but the first-generation Nova is everything Ford hoped the Falcon would be: stylish, fast, and most of all, cool. From the beginning, Chevys compact was embraced for its combination of timeless styling and the ability to put big horsepower in a lightweight package, and this 1966 Chevrolet Nova hardtop is a fantastic example of how the Nova got it right. Restored and upgraded a few years ago, this one still looks awesome, and the sizzling code 31 Bolero Red paint looks awesome on the crisp Nova shape (thats this cars original color, by the way). Bright colors always look right on 60s muscle, regardless of whether its a Camaro. On a Nova like this, its like a threat, because you cant paint a car this color and not back it up with some serious blasting powder under the hood. There are no modifications to the original bodywork, not even a cowl-induction hood, which I always appreciate, and the car has an ultra-clean, purposeful look thats devoid of emblems, badges, and extraneous chrome. Workmanship is very well done and lets the basic design speak for itself, and in vivid fire engine red, its broadcasting loud and clear. All the trim that remains has been plated, polished, or replaced to give this Nova a bright outlook indeed. Its just clean. With Bolero Red, the only smart choice is a code 779A black interior, which backs up the Novas aggressive looks and is this cars original interior choice. Neatly upholstered buckets wear reproduction seat covers that replicate the original patterns and give the Nova an upscale feel inside. The rear bench features factory-style upholstery, too, and it, too, looks completely unused and like new. Base Novas didnt get a lot of gauges, so this one let the aftermarket come to the rescue in the form of a full set of Dakota Digital instruments under a smoked panel, and the effect is very cool when you turn the key. The steering wheel is a custom unit that looks like 1966 all over again but features a fat rim thats easy to grab and theres a well-placed B&M shifter to your right. An AM/FM/iPod head unit nestles into the original opening in the dash so it looks completely at home there while powering a set of 6x9 speakers on the rear package shelf. In back, the trunk offers correct spatter paint and a reproduction mat. In the light, compact Nova, you dont need a massive chunk of cast iron to make for entertaining performance, and as a result, the 350 cubic inch small block in this provides exhilarating acceleration while maintaining some pretty impressive street manners. Its upgraded with the usual bolt-ons, including an aluminum intake manifold and 4-barrel carburetor and a throaty dual exhaust system. It looks tidy enough, sitting there with its shiny dress-up parts and Chevy Orange paint on the block itself. Its clean underneath, although its purely driver-grade and not detailed for show. However, things like the rear air shocks, new gas tank, and mono-leaf rear springs suggest someone had a plan when putting it all together And for a totally traditional high-performance look, it has been fitted with 14-inch Rally wheels wearing 195/70/14 front and 225/70/14 rear blackwall radials. So go ahead and drool; this ultra-clean Nova proves that good things definitely come in small packages. Call today!
Those with a limited budget should consider purchasing a project vehicle as an option to entering into classic car ownership.
Everyone knows that taking weight out is the same as putting horsepower in, so starting with a compact car like the Nova makes a lot of sense when youre trying to build a hot street car. This 1970 Nova Restomod combines a modern-tech LS3 V8 with a sleeper look that perfectly captures the dual nature of Chevys right-sized Nova. The idea was simple: take a modern, reliable powerplant with serious horsepower, stuff it into a Nova, and leave the rest alone so nobody will know. Yes, its bright red and wears 396 badges, but thats still not enough warning for the pain this car can dish out. Finish work is outstanding, with great bodywork and super straight sheetmetal that was obviously prepped by experts who knew what they were doing. Its nice to see this one without a cowl-induction hood or stripes, although it does carry SS badges and a blacked-out tail panel, so folks might suspect something is up. Everything on the exterior, from the chrome bumpers to the stainless trim around the wheels arches, is standard Nova equipment, so this is definitely a car that could have been prowling the streets in 1970. And its a 2-door post, which is a favorite of racers because its lighter and stiffer than the hardtop, which is what serious racers want. A vast majority of Novas in 1970 were equipped with the standard bench seat (including this one), and if youre building a sleeper, you should probably leave it alone. The black upholstery is the perfect match to the red paint, and the thoroughly freshened interior looks as good as the bodywork. Again, they skipped the visible upgrades and keep this car stock, which tells you that this Nova is all about the business of speed. The shifter is still on the steering column and since the standard Nova dash and gauge cluster doesnt tell you much about whats going on under the hood, it has been upgraded with a set of Dakota Digital instruments tucked in there where nobody can see them. We also like that they focused on performance, so theres no massive stereo, just a simple AM/FM/CD head unit in the dash and the carpets are new. Finally, the trunk is solid and includes a correct mat and a spare tire assembly. All the mechanical work was done by Fantom Works, so you know its right. Power comes from a new aluminum 6.2 liter LS3 V8 thats a tidy installation in the Novas engine bay. This one makes no pretenses of being stock, and its immediately obvious when you sport the LS intake manifold, fuel rails, and giant air intake. All the factory fuel injection components were retained, so it runs like a stocker and never gets cranky, no matter what youre doing. All 480 horsepower are channeled through a 4L85E 4-speed automatic transmission to a very trick Heidts custom independent rear end with a 9-inch center section and 3.70 POSI gears inside. 4-wheel disc brakes are part of the deal and it barks through a snarling dual exhaust system that matches the cars aggressive look. The suspension is as competent as a Corvette and makes the most of the staggered 15-inch rubber on polished Torque Thrust wheels. With a ton of power, no fussiness, and big performance, this Nova represents state-of-the-art in sleeper technology. If your performance tastes run towards light weight and big horsepower, this screaming red Nova might be just the ticket. Call today!
This 1969 Chevrolet Nova is one of those cool pro-street cars thats got the right look and the power to back it up. While most are barely disguised race cars, however, this one is beautifully finished inside and out and definitely packs some serious horsepower deserving of the big, sticky tires out back. A lot of pro-street cars focus on the going fast part of the equation, but the other half is making it user friendly and beautifully finished, and this car gets it right. The beautiful green paint is well done, offering a brilliant shine over some very straight bodywork. Although it was finished using lacquer paint in 1994, they obviously spent a lot of time smoothing things out and the big cowl induction hood is the only deviation from stock spec. The two-door post body style is probably your best choice when you plan to channel a bunch of horsepower through it, so the doors fit well and probably will stay that way despite 400+ horsepower trying to twist it out of shape. They did have to stretch the rear wheel arches to make it look right with the big meats under there, but it looks right and the rest of the sheetmetal is quite stock. Theres still factory trim in place, with front and rear bumpers in excellent shape and a blacked-out grille that emphasizes the Novas clean design. They even kept the original 350 emblems on the front fenders, maybe just to tease people a little bit. The interior is civilized enough for street use, but the hardware is made for the track, which is the essence of pro-street. Comfortable late-model buckets with harnesses, a full cage, and a custom shifter all scream race car. However, youll note that the seat covers are padded vinyl, there are full carpets on the floor to control noise and heat, and a tilt steering column to make it easy to climb inside. A full array of custom gauges were installed behind the original panel, which is a neat trick, and they keep an eye on the warmed-over small block up front. Theres also a digital display in the center that has a few neat tricks of its own. Theres no radio, of course, but I dont think youd use it even if you had one and instead of a back seat theres some beautifully executed tin work for the massive wheel tubs. In the trunk youll find a more beautiful sheetmetal work, a fuel cell, and a battery mounted low in the chassis where its safe. This car is not a just a poser, either, with a pro-built 383 cubic inch V8 topped by AFR aluminum heads, a big Demon carburetor on a Victor Jr intake manifold, and rated at more than 400 horsepower. Theres a giant aluminum radiator up front and that tall air cleaner isnt just for show, inhaling cool air from the cowl induction hood like its supposed to. Plenty of polished aluminum dresses it up, making it more than just a race motor. Long-tube headers feed a full 3-inch exhaust system with dumps, and the suspension was built for combat, with a 4-link suspension and coil-overs in back supporting a 12-bolt full of 4.56 gears. A built TH350 3-speed automatic transmission is the racers choice and the chassis has been reinforced with a set of subframe connectors to keep it pointed straight. Traditional Weld wheels wear big-n-little Mickey Thompson Sportsman tires that are street-friendly but complete the look. Beautifully built and insanely fast, this cool Nova nails pro-street in all the ways that matter. Call today!
This vehicle, when sold at the listed price, will include a guarantee and free shipping within the Continental United States.This totally restored 1967 Chevy Nova is as straight and solid as you will find. This car has been very well built as you can see going through the pictures.• Numbers matching 283 V-8 engine• 4 speed manual transmission• 12 bolt rear end• Power steering• Front disc brakes• Chrome air cleaner and valve covers• Stock manifolds• Beautifully detailed engine compartment• New hood hinges and springs• Insulated hood• All new (785) black deluxe interior• New console• New headliner and carpet• New aftermarket AM/FM/Cassette stereo• New Sunpro tachometer• New Sunpro gauges for temp, volts, and oil pressure• New splatter finished trunk space with spare tire, jack, and floor mat• Near perfect (R-2) Bolero Red exterior base/clear finish and new black vinyl top• New chrome bumpers and bumper guards• New grill assembly and headlight trim• New weatherstrips and window felts• New side window trim, drip rail moldings, rocker trim and rear window trim• New wheel well moldings, emblems, handles and mirror• New chrome antenna and gas filler cap• Rally wheels with new center caps and beauty rings• B.F. Goodrich red line radial tires• New fuel tank• New fuel lines• New brake lines• Flowmaster dual exhaust• New driveshaft• New front sway bar• Detailed undercarriageThis car is amazing in person. It is showing today much like it came originally with the Bolero Red exterior, black vinyl top, black deluxe interior and 283 V-8 engine. Cars of this magnitude and quality are getting harder to find as time goes on. This is a definite beauty and is sure to drive as good as it looks. For more information please contact Steve at 770-401-7877 or at email@example.com
Check out this 1976 Chevy Nova. This car is very solid and very clean. It still has the original 250 CI 6 cylinder engine that runs good. The transmission is a 350 turbo that shifts out like it should. The orange paint looks good. The body is straight and very solid with no rust issues. It drives good. The interior looks good as well. It has tan cloth bench seats with no rips or flaws. The headliner looks good as door the door panels. There is a minor flaw on drivers side door panel. The carpet looks to be original carpet and though not perfect has held up well. There is a small crack on dash pad bot otherwise no flaws. The gas gauge and speedometer both work. All lights work. This is a good car to drive and enjoy as is or pull the 6 cylinder out and put you a V8 engine. It has no power steering or power brakes but stops and handles good when driving. The wheels are painted to match the car. The floor pans and trunk pan are very solid. Nice car for the money. The miles showing are a little over 85,000 and are suppose to be correct miles per previous owner.
I HAVE A DEPOSIT ON THIS CAR AT THIS TIME. This 1969 Chevrolet Nova is a very solid project. There is no engine or trans but she is an original bucket seat, automatic in the floor with console car and a good builder. You can own this Beauty for only $3,500.00 which I feel is very fair for a car like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
You are looking at (2) 1962 Chevrolet Chevy Nova II Wagons. These are great builder cars and I have papers for 1 of them. Get them both and start yourself a great restoration! I feel that my price of $2,500.00 which I am sure YOU will feel is very fair for a car like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
1976 Chevy Nova SS, 383 Stroker Motor, 4 speed hurst shifter, mickey thompson slicks. Silver with black racing stripes. Exterior and interior in good condition. Hot Rod!!!! VIN# 1X27Q6T155008
Here is the car you have been waiting for! A true 66 Nova SS with the awesome looks we all love plus tons of upgrades to make it a perfect cruiser. This Nova is powered by a 350cui fuel injected LT1 backed by a 700R4 automatic overdrive transmisson. With a 3.23 rearend you can go 80mph all day long and get great gas milage. Let the AC cool you down while cornering the backroads like a modern car with all the goodies: - Rack and Pinion Power Steering - Power Disc brakes - Upgraded Front Suspension - 4 Link Rear Axle Conversion - Ice Cold AC The Nova runs drives and handles fantastic and gets compliments everywhere. The body is in awesome condition with only minor imperfections in the paint. The custom interior looks fantastic and everything works like it should. We just had the Nova serviced in our shop and also put in a new upgraded Optispark. All our cars are checked and inspected in our own Classic Car Service Center by certified and experienced mechanics. For our overseas customers: We gladly help you to get your classic shipped to your country worldwide and delivered right to your home. With years of experience we work together with the best partners in the shipping business to make sure you classic car gets there . We also offer a German TUV Service where we take care of all the things that need to be changed or taken care of, to get it road legal in europe. Just ask for a quote and - wir sprechen deutsch!
A wise man once said When buying a classic car you should buy the best one that you can afford. This little 1970 Nova is a lot of Nova for the money. It has been completely restored a few years ago and has enough miles on it that it is fully sorted out. It runs and drives beautifully. Its 1970 all over again. The body is laser straight, the paint is very nice, the Chrome is excellent and the trim is very good. The underside of the body and the suspension looks every bit as good as the topside and the engine compartment. The trunk is extremely clean and looks nearly new. According to the previous owner the engine was built to the LT1 spec as found in the Yenko Deuce Novas. The engine code indicates that is a 1971 engine. It has Aluminum Intake and 4-barrel carb. The engine compartment is done to original specs and looks like it just left the factory. The Muncie 4-speed makes smooth, positive shifts, and the engine pulls well in all gears. The exhaust system looks new, sounds good and has no leaks. The interior is all business and no nonsense. Black seats, black dash, black door panels and OE style black rubber mat throughout. Everything in the interior is in excellent condition. If you are looking for an exceptionally clean Nova with a 350 and a 4-speed this is your car. The butternut paint makes it stand out in a crowd. For our overseas customers: We gladly help you to get your classic shipped to your country worldwide and delivered right to your home. With years of experience we work together with the best partners in the shipping business to make sure you classic car gets there . We also offer a German TUV Service where we take care of all the things that need to be changed or taken care of, to get it road legal in europe. Just ask for a quote and - wir sprechen deutsch!
This 1969 Chevrolet Nova has the look, the sound, and the performance-enhanced big block V8 to deliver the true Yenko experience. So this tribute offers you the full bold and intimidating performance package for a fraction of the price. Third-generation Novas are great cars. The fastback styling of the coupe combined with the reputation for being real sleeper performance machines make these a highly desired classic. Now take it up a notch with a recent professional respray of the factory-correct Rally Green. So not only was this one born bold, but now the clearcoat shine really highlight how evenly the sunlight rolls off the straight panels. Plus, the restoration meant new chrome bumpers and bright trim. And the cherry on top is the white Yenko stripe packaging that pays tribute to the best performance dealer Chevrolet ever had. Plus, this one gets the vintage intimidation details right the blacked-out grille, full Yenko badging, vented hood, and 14-inch torque thrust wheels with reproduction Goodyear Poly Glas tires. Inside is more excellent detail work. The full black interior looks like it wants to immediately get down to speedy business, but it also has a level of freshness that tells you there was a solid investment here. The grippy dual-spoke steering wheel gives you a commanding view of the gauges and the road ahead. Plus, the Hurst shifter is calling out from the darkness just begging for your right hand. We know youve seen the 427 callouts on the fenders, and well, thats a bit of a lie... because this is a larger 454 cubic-inch big block filling every inch of the engine bay. The presentation is fantastic with the bold block, polished valve covers, and matching air topper all radiating power from within the engine bays darkness. And more than just style, the belts, wires, hoses, and major components look fresh and well maintained. But what you really want to know is about the extra performance substance. The big V8 has been built with goodies like a large Holley 750 CFM double-pumper four-barrel carburetor and a performance intake. So it makes a terrific growl out of the dual exhaust. Best of all, you have complete control over the big block and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. And as you look at the undercarriage photos, youre not only going to spot an exceptionally fresh presentation, but also youll see upgrades like front disc brakes. Heres a bold classic with all the right investments. It makes for a terrific Yenko tribute that will be flying out of our showroom. So dont miss you chance. Call today!!!
Quite accurate, very loaded, and absolutely powerful, this 1971 Chevrolet Nova SS Yenko Tribute is a terrific all-around package. So you can show off big block power with the upgraded five-speed all from the comfort of an A/C interior. The appeal of this coupe is black and white, literally. The slick black paint is a modern application done over terrific panels, so it has the kind of shine that highlights all the best parts of this Nova. That means you easily see the aggressive front overhand, upgraded cowl hood, and subtle flying buttress in the rear. And this black is the perfect backdrop to highlight the full Yenko white striping package and all the correct badging. So you know people can see this is a tribute to Chevys best performance dealer from blocks away! Top it all off with the right bright work pieces, like the mirror-like bumpers and the polished outer lip of the mean American Racing Torq Thrust wheel, and you have a slick and aggressive total package. Inside, the black interior continues the muscle car appeal. You even get the correct Yenko headrests. But this one deviates a bit from the full Yenko program, and thats also why youll absolutely love it. After all, the originals were kinda stripped of features, but this one doesnt skip out on the upgrades. Bucket seats, wood-like trim, and an AM/FM/CD stereo make this a nice place to spend some time. You even have cold-blowing air conditioning to keep you comfortable. But dont mistake this for a coddler. The three-spoke Chevy sports steering wheel and column-mounted tach will remind you this is a performance machine. And have you counted the gears on the stick shift yet? A good Yenko car means a great big block under the hood, and this one doesnt disappoint. You have a 396 cubic-inch V8 filling in-between the fender walls. It has a very clean-n-mean presentation with the bright air topper and valve covers radiating from within the dark engine bay. And as you dig deeper, you see your favorite go-fast goodies, like a Holley double-pumper four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, and aluminum heads. And take some time with the details, because they added the right feature, like an electric fuel pump and an aluminum radiator with dual electric fans (it helps keep the car cool even if youre in traffic with the A/C pumping.) This full performance package feeds a dual exhaust with race mufflers to truly announce its power. You get the best control over this monster motor and its thunderous soundtrack thanks to the upgrade to a five-speed manual transmission. Plus, the power steering, front disc brakes, and wide BF Goodrich tires are welcomed features no matter if youre cruising the boulevard or making your mark on the asphalt. This is the Yenko tribute that delivers the correct performance and gives you all the best comforts. A total package like this is likely not going to stick around very long, so dont miss out. Call now!
1969 Chevrolet Nova. This gold car with a black vinyl top and black interior will have everybody talking! This bad boy has a 427big block with Brodix Heads, Edelbrock manifold and Hooker Headers, backed by a Muncie 4 speed manual transmission. Sun and Autometer gauges keep a close watch on this powerhouse, while power steering and power disc brakes make it easy to handle. Traction control, Flowmaster exsaust, and 17 Coy wheels wrap up this beautiful street machine . Shown by Appointment only. Please call to schedule your appointment today.
1966 Chevrolet Nova. This is one amazingly finished car. Slathered in a Dark green metallic base/clear. This car was built from the ground up, with attention to every detail, top to bottom. Built as an L79 optioned car, featuring a 350 HP, 327 small block, a Muncie 4 speed transmission and a 12 bolt rear end. Power steering, brakes and air conditioning are also on the options list. There is not a straiter car to be found anywhere, absolutely unbelievable!Rotisserie restoration on a rust free, southwest body. All parts are period
World-Class Pro-Touring Nova SS 427/590hp 4spd Auto PS AC Baer 6-piston /// Equipped with 427 cubic inches of small block power, a smooth automatic transmission and dashing aesthetics, this freshly restored Nova is the kind of car that you catch yourself just stopping to stare at. And if youre ready to feel the summer breeze behind the wheel of a storied Detroit legend, its a chance to turn your dreams into reality! A head-turning muscle car thats dashed with a fair amount of street rod swagger, this hot hardtop features a detailed, custom appearance thats highlighted by a spectacular coat of bright red 2-stage. That 2-stage wraps a solid profile that, during the cars nut-and-bolt rotisserie restoration, was stripped bare and lovingly massaged in to shape. According to this Chevys current owner, that restoration, which was completed a mere 85 miles ago, is chock-full of top-shelf components. And today, this Nova rolls as one lights-out resto-mod thats guaranteed to make you weak in the knees! Power is provided by 427 cubic inches of Cox Racing small block that rides in a custom, show-detailed engine bay. That buff 427 utilizes an Art Carr 200-4R 4-speed to spin an aluminum Dynotech driveshaft, which twists a tough Moser axle thats finished with a Truetrac differential and 3.73 gears. That axle rides a Detroit Speed QUADRALink, which plants beefy coil-over-shocks at the sides of an aluminum Jegs inspection cover. Opposite that 4-link, a Detroit Speed subframe cages two more coil-overs between tubular control arms. Turns come courtesy of power rack-and-pinion steering. Stops are quick thanks 6-piston Baer calipers, which clamp 14-inch drilled and slotted rotors. And power pounds the pavement through polished Intro Pentias, which spin aggressive BF Goodrich g-Force T/As. In 1964, this Chevy was some of the best transportation your money could buy. Presently, its some of the coolest muscle on the classic car market. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com and kick the summer off right!
A period-correct coupe with an original V8 that fires up easily and a cold A/C interior this 1970 Chevrolet Nova is for lovers of classics who want to drive their nostalgia anytime and anywhere in comfort. This Nova has benefited from subtle but significant investments. For example, its wearing a color close to its factory-correct Green Mist. But the high level of gloss and shine comes from utilizing modern clearcoat paint and a professional hand applying it. Plus, good body panels really bring out all those curves we love in these Novas, like the crisp creases in the front end, kick-up on the rear fenders, and fastback profile. Rivaling the paint for shine are the mirror-like chrome bumpers, so you can tell more was invested here recently. And since we know these Novas for packing plenty of power, this has all the right details like the louver trim hood, SS badging front & rear, and Mag-style SS wheels. Inside, the door panels, dash, carpeting, and headliner are all in excellent shape, and so they create a rich, dark atmosphere. Youll slip behind the Chevy dual-spoke SS steering wheel, which gives you an unobstructed view of the cool ultra-wide speedometer. This is a nice place to spend some time thanks to wood accents and all the right controls at your fingertips. The period-correct feeling even extends to the trunk where you have the correct jack and even a full-size Firestone Wide Oval tire (a performance must-have back in the day.) While this all looks like a great 1970s time capsule, there are very useful modern upgrades. The Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo lets you play modern tunes, and the air conditioning keeps riding cool while looking cool. Under the hood is exactly what you want to see if you love originality. Its the numbers-matching 307 cubic-inch V8. We really like how there has been some time taken to get all the dark component nice and glossy so that the orange on the block, valve covers, and intake contrast so nicely. And you also get the right hints of originality on places like the decal on the air topper. But most importantly, the way this one fires up so easily, you know there was time and money spent of this V8. And with the three-speed automatic transmission, you can comfortably enjoy period-correct cruising at its best. As you look in the undercarriage photos, you can see there was more invested in this coupe. Not only does it look nice and fresh, but also the newer stainless Flowmaster dual exhaust really gives the V8 a throaty sound. Complete with owners manual, this is V8 power and A/C comfort in a cool 70s Nova. So you get the best of vintage motoring when you take this one home. Call today!!!
The 1960s were all about installing powerful V8s into lightweight cars, but not everyone got the idea. Thats what makes this highly original 1966 Chevrolet II Nova SS so special. Not too many had a 327 V8 installed at the factory, so this coupe is fast and rare. Someone took very special care to make sure that everything on this Chevy II Nova Super Sport is so well preserved. The exceptional fit and finish help emphasize the Novas clean, straight lines, and the factory-correct shade of Lemonwood Yellow benefits from a professional respray. Keeping a low profile was vital to the Novas street cred, so the classic and understated color lets the hardware underneath do all the talking. Of course, Chevrolet left hints at performance on every side of the car, with special SS badging on the chrome grille, and bright rear panel, as well as the elegant Super Sport script on each rear fender. There were even special hubcaps in this package. So it would be tough to call this car pristine, and authentic, without all these elements in place. Purely stock is the way to go with a car of this caliber. So the correct bucket seats, with a chrome center console in between them, is another hallmark of the SS package. Everything looks factory original, from the chrome accents on the black door panels, to the heat/defrost controls, to even the push-button AM radio. The woodgrain steering wheel gives this all a nice upscale touch, and beyond that are the wide, clear gauges you love on a 60s American classic like this. Lift the hood and youll see a refreshingly unmolested engine bay. The 327 cubic-inch engine shows all signs of being the same one installed at the Willow Run plant in September, 1966. This L30 motor is sought-after, and a somewhat rare option today. Compared to the L79, this one was happy to trundle through traffic without complaint, and has a fat bottom end that makes it the ideal street sleeper. It breathes nicely through a newer performance H-pipe exhaust system with Flowmaster mufflers. If this SS is starting to sound like the perfect mix of comfortable cruiser, and intimidating muscle car, youd be right. Thats why it has great features like the stout powerglide transmission, power steering, and power brakes. This is a Nova SS that was a sleeper when new, and now its a preserved with the original owners manual and maintenance receipts to prove it. Its a head-turning classic coupe at an affordable price. Call today!!
This 1968 Chevrolet Nova just gets all the best stuff correct. Its the right bold color; it has all the right upgrades (like A/C); its the right year; and the right power from the fuel-injected small block V8. So you know its the right classic for you. 1968 was the first year of the new bodystyle and the last for the Chevy II name. That makes this a very desirable coupe even before you inspect the details. Originally specd as a Butternut Yellow, the new Lemon Ice is a great way to show that this coupe is modern while still respecting its heritage. This yellow is bolder than anything that could come out of the 60s, so this coupe instantly commands attention. When you get it out in the sunlight, the shine rolls off the straight panels with the kind of luster that makes you proud to show this one off. With a shimmer this nice only the best chrome will do on the wraparound bumpers. Plus, all this brightness is balanced out nicely with the blacked-out SS grille, rear panel, tinted windows, and full-length lower rockers. Its a total package that is out to announce its a vintage muscle machine, and so this one is properly finished off with a set of iconic Cragar Keystone Classic 15-inch wheels. The dark trim on the outside is also a preview of the interior. After all, nothing looks better against the bold yellow than a deep black. A new set of Procar bucket seats and a cup holder center console do a fantastic job of bringing modern comfort to this classic. The door panels, dash, carpeting, and headliner are all in excellent shape, and so they complete a rich, dark atmosphere. Youll slip behind the Chevy three-spoke sports steering wheel and gaze at the cool ultra-wide speedometer. The AutoMeter tach mounted on the column and the quad set of auxiliary gauges on the center console all tell you this is a special Nova. But this car is more than just pure speed. There are some subtle modern upgrades like the AM/FM/cassette stereo with a knob-style appearance hides a digital tuner. An upgrade youll certainly love the best is the Vintage Air system that keep the whole car cool with modern R134a. This is the kind of motor that can win you awards all on its own. The valve covers, master cylinder, intake, pulleys, and so much more have a mirror-like shine. In fact, we dare you to find one more component that can be polished! Plus, youve undoubtedly noticed how the valve covers, plug wires, and other components are trimmed in an exterior-matching yellow. Thats just the kind of detail that tells you there was some real care when this car was restored. But beyond the great presentation is the substance of a Ram Jet 350 cubic-inch crate motor. The fuel-injected V8 is known for some serious power, and everyone within earshot will know it thanks to the growl of the header-fed dual exhaust. While it has the power to be a brute, this custom build is a lot more thoughtful. For example, it also has an aluminum radiator w/electric fan, so your big power V8 can stay cool even if youre in traffic with the A/C pumping. Plus, features like Unisteer power rack & pinion, three-speed automatic transmission, and front disc brakes are all the elements you want in a great driving classic. Complete with owners manual, build receipts, service manual, car cover, and more, there was a lot of time and money invested into making this Nova a cut-above classic (just check out how clean the undercarriage is.) Everything about this vintage coupe is right, which is why you have to act right now before its gone. Call now!
Is it the slick custom paint, hatchback body, or the performance-built V8 that makes you want this 1973 Chevrolet Nova? We bet its all of those features available at such an affordable price that will have you racing down here to take home this classic. Yes, the paint is truly as amazing as it looks in the pictures. The dark blue has a super shiny metallic element that helps it compete with the luster that comes from the silver. In the sunlight this is an unbeatable color combo, which is going to have you taking this classic out at every opportunity. Plus, the two-tone separates with a cool light blue pinstripe across a line that highlights some of the Novas best design features. In fact, the color scheme tends to favor the rear where this is one of the rarer hatchback models. There are also plenty of sporty and aggressive elements on this coupe, including the cowl hood, all the Super Sport badging, and 16-inch chrome wheels. But beyond all the custom work are the fundamentals of a classic with good body panels that line up nicely, and doors that shut with authority. High back bucket seats and a center console full of auxiliary gauges are exactly the kind of things youll love to see greeting you every time you hop inside. Plus, the dual spoke steering wheel and extra wide speedometer are great factory pieces to have, too. Everything is clean, and in a deep dark black, so you can really appreciate this Nova as a muscle machine. Plus, there really is a nice practical end to this car with the hatchback design. We doubt youre going to use the classic to help move friends, but the versatile setup does make it easier if you decide to bring some trinkets back any vintage event. Youll be able to do all of this in comfort with the newly installed A/C system. Under the hood is Chevys trusty 350 small-block V8 with plenty of new hoses and wires to let you know theres a lot of business going on in there. But once you dig a little deeper, you see all the components that can really get you excited. This includes performance items like Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, aluminum valve covers, World S/R Torquer cast iron heads, Comp Cams cam (.464 lift intake/.470 lift), and long-tube headers. That last one not only adds power, but it also adds to the sweet rumble of the H-pipe dual exhaust system. So, it doesnt take much imagination to understand that this Nova has a serious bark and the bite to back it up. Making sure all this power reliably gets to the ground is a stout TH350 three-speed automatic transmission that feeds the 10-bold rear end. On the road everything is well in control thanks to power steering, front disc brakes, and the modern grip of Toyo performance tires. Lots of little items, a good investment, were changed so the new owner should be set for car shows and cruises. This is a true custom classic, and it comes with all the right paperwork, too. It includes original pieces like the owners manual, warranty card, and window sticker. But theres also the items documenting its transformation such as restoration photos, maintenance records, and build receipts (like the one that shows $4K invested in the paintwork alone.) Its a powerful and custom Nova thats available for an exceptionally affordable price. So yes, you need to hurry it you want to take it home. Call now!!
1964 Chevy II Nova (Pro Street), 431 Small Block, 2 speed power glide, 411 rear, new tires and wheels, extra parts$25,000 OBO with or without engine
Stk#121 1966 Chevrolet Nova Painted Charcoal Black BC/CC this car is slick and straight with a vinyl top in Black. The front & rear bumpers are like new, emblems like new as are the door handles. Dual mirrors with Chevrolet Logo like new, Rocker panel moldings are like new, grill is like new, hood molding like new, head light and tail light trim is like new. Rear trunk molding SS is good. Power antenna, drip rail moldings are like new, rubber and felt are like new. All the glass is tinted. Cragar S/S rims with Nexen radial tires. Heidts front end with Tubular control arms, power disc brakes and power steering. 10-Bolt rear end with power disc brakes, chrome gas cap window trim is good. Good looker. Gray Tweed interior is like new on bucket seats in front and bench seat in rear. The dash pad is gray tweed, dash cluster original with speedometer-gas-clock, chrome steering column is tilt, Grant 3-post steering wheel, Automatic in console with SunPro mini gauges mounted in front, Vintage heat and A/C vents mounted in dash, door panels in Gray Tweed and arm rest as well. Package tray is Gray Tweed with dual speakers, black head liner and sun visors are like new. Seat belts in front and rear, door handles and window cranks like new. Door sill plates are like new. Battery moved to the trunk. Looks nice inside. Powered by a 327 engine hooked to a 350 Turbo transmission with chrome valve covers, chrome air cleaner, A/C & Heat, chrome alternator, Flex fan, chrome power booster and master cylinders, 4-wheel power disc brakes, new Edelbrock carb, Edelbrock intake, chrome oil spout and cap. Stoke Ram style exhaust, power rack and pinion steering, dual exhaust, new insulation under the hood. New battery. Runs and handles good.