Very rare Rally Nova with vinyl top, factory tach and gage cluster
on center console. Yes, the paint on this one looks as good in
person as it does in the pictures. A frame on restoration was done
on this car 20 years ago but you would never tell by looking at it.
The sheetmetal all seems to be original on this car and it is
definitely not full of filler! The vinyl top was professionally
replaced 2 years ago and looks as though it came off the showroom
floor yesterday. Tires were also replaced two years ago and have
approximately 3,000 easy miles on them. This classics gages all
work and a Pioneer AM/FM Cassette player was added over the years,
the only thing that doesn't work in the car is the clock. The power
plant is the original L65 that's been upgraded with a mild cam,
4bbl carb, manifold and headers. The ignition has also been
upgraded to an electronic MSD ignition. It is the original engine
and numbers are easy to see and legible. The transmission is a
turbo 350 with shift kit installed. Power steering was a factory
option on this car and it's still riding with 4 wheel drum brakes.
Last but least the car has a nice rumble to it with a set of
flowmasters tucked underneath! All in All this is an extremely nice
example of a Rally Nova and is probably the nicest one we have seen
in quite some time. Current owner is not afraid to get in the car,
turn the key and go. All this car really needs is a new home and
somebody to start enjoying it! If you would like to know more
please feel free to call Jeff, Jay or Landon at 507-386-1726 or
Email "firstname.lastname@example.org" ALL TRADES AND OFFERS WILL BE
CONSIDERED....FINANCING IS AVAILABLE.
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