1967 Chevy II Sedan
Why This Car Is Special
We have a completely 1967 Chevrolet Nova 4-Door Sedan here at Skyway Classis that looks just like it drove off the Chevrolet Dealer showroom today!
1967 Chevrolet Nova's left the factory with the standard engines being a 194 cubic inch in in-line six engine, but new that year was an optional 250 cubic inch inline-six which ours has. The 250 had 150 horsepower and is backed by a column-mounted shift lever and Powerglide automatic transmission. In the Chevy II and regular Nova series, six-cylinder engines sold far better than V-8s.
The engine compartment is very clean, factory correct, and detailed, and that is an understatement as this has to be one of the nicest restorations on the complete car that we have ever seen.
The interior and detailed trunk is as new also. All dash components work great and have been restored as well as the seats, carpet, door panels and headliner too. The speedometer shows only a tad over 40,000 miles. We also have the original Owner's Manual and the Protect-O-Plate.
The blue painted body is as nice as it looks in the pictures and must be seen in person to appreciate just how period correct this Nova looks. All the trim, chrome, windows, bumpers and everything else is super. It is a literal time-capsule as it rides on body-colored wheels with hubcaps and white-wall tires. No disappointments here.
The 1967 Chevrolet Nova 4-Door Sedan here at Skyway Classics runs, drives, and looks just as it did in 1967. All it needs is someone who wants to drive it and enjoy it just like the first owner back in 1967. If you come see it, you will be driving it home.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.