For sale at Gateway Classic Cars in our St. Louis showroom is a 1970 Chevrolet Nova. This Nova is an immediate eye catcher thanks to a beautiful paint called Radiant Red and a set of polished aluminum wheels. Further complimenting the exterior are SS badges, hood inserts and hood pins. The ride height is just right too. The front end has been rebuilt including new coil springs, out back is a new set of air shocks and traction bars. Front power disc and rear drums add to the driving experience. Power comes from a smooth running small block 350 with an aluminum radiator, electric cooling fan, new tubular exhaust headers, along with new plugs and wires. Power is then sent through a TH-400 3-speed automatic transmission and back to a 10-bolt rear end. Inside is as beautiful as the outside and consist of black diamond stitched cloth bucket seats, Grant steering wheel, wood grain inserts, B&M Star Shifter, Auto Gauge auxiliary gauges for oil pressure, water temp and amperage. There is also a new rear shelf, radio and speakers. There's no question that this Nova is ready for some local car shows or cruise ins. 1970 has shown to be a very collectible year for the Nova. After 1970, horsepower dropped and the muscle car era would soon see an end. For more information on this timeless classic muscle car, call 618-271-3000 or stop by our St. Louis showroom. To view HD photos and video, visit www.gatewayclassicccars.com
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