Why This Car Is Special
The Chevrolet Nova is a fan favorite at car shows and this particular example will be the talk of your town.
The 283 CID V8 engine is built with an Edelbrock Performer RPM intake topped off with a Holley 4-barrel carburetor with electric choke and an MSD distributor. An electric fan is efficient and reduces engine drag by eliminating the mechanical fan. The alternator is a polished unit and matches the radiator overflow nicely. Satin Black air cleaner and valve covers look great topping off the engine. Dual exhaust with an H-pipe running to Dynamax mufflers give this Nova a great muscle car sound. A B&M shifter mounted to the Turbo 350 automatic transmission keeps you in control and routes the power to a 10-bolt rear end out back. Disc brakes provide great stopping power on the front and power steering makes cruising the streets easy and fun.
Inside, modern style bucket seats have been upholstered to match the original interior. They not only look great but are a huge improvement in the comfort department as well. A tachometer and extra gauge cluster have been added to keep an eye on the engine and an AM/FM/CD player will play your favorite tunes. The inside looks all new and is ready to show.
A beautiful Red paint job is sure to draw attention and it is set off with just the right amount of brightwork. Cragar SS wheels are always in fashion and look great on this Nova. These square bodied Novas were the beginning of their muscle car days and have a great stance and presence. A cowl hood has been added to this car to give it even more of a muscle car appearance up front, and the dual chrome exhaust tips provide the same feeling in the rear.
Looks, power and comfort. What more could you want from a muscle car? This is a great build that will bring years of enjoyment to the next owner.
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