1970 Chevrolet Nova
Why This Vehicle is Special:
The 1970 Chevrolet Nova we have at Skyway Classics finally became simply the Chevrolet Nova this year after two years of transitional nameplates. Out of 254,242 Novas sold for 1970, 19,558 were the SS 350 or SS 396 version.
The motor in our Nova is a 383 Small Block Chevy V8 stroker motor that has been seriously modified to over 450 horse because of the performance additions like Hedman headers, Big Mutha Comp Cam with .540 lift, 1.635 Ratio roller rockers, Comp Cam lifters and beehive springs, forged Eagle Crank and Rods, Mahle Forged pistons, aluminum intake, performance Holley 750 double-pumper carb, as well as dress-up items like Edelbrock air Cleaner, Red Chevrolet Valve Covers, and braided hose covering, in a well detailed engine compartment, and all flowing out a Magna dual exhaust system.
The transmission is a 4-Speed Chevrolet M22 Rockcrusher, the best 4-speed Chevrolet ever made, and it has a 4-Speed chrome Hurst shifter with black shifter ball. The Nova also has power steering and power brakes for upgraded handling and safety.
It rides safely on CDS Disk Brakes with 4-piston front brake calipers, Stage Three rear Drums on the back, a performance 12-bolt rear end, performance shocks and sway bars, Cl Tracs Traction bars, all on BF Goodrich Radial Ta tires and chrome 5 spoke mag wheels.
Our Nova has great Grey paint, SS Emblems and hood, great chrome trim and emblems, great chrome bumpers, as well as all the correct lights and great glass.
The black bucket seat with rear bench seat looks as it came off the show room floor and is complimented by the custom dash with its array of Autometer American Muscle gauges, toggle switch ignition, black carpet and door panels.
The 1970 Chevrolet Nova we have at Skyway Classics is a great car that not only has the look of a great period Muscle Car, but all the engine and performance to back it up. These cars were fast and feared when they were new, and this one will win not only trophies at the shows, but many races too (at the track of course!)
If you have any questions, or if you are looking for more information, please call us at 941-254-6608.