Gateway Classic Cars Philadelphia is proud to offer this 1972 Chevrolet Nova SS. This Nova is home to a fresh 454 CI V8 and a 700 4R automatic transmission. The build included MSD ignition, new wiring, modern fuses and an Edelbrock Performer intake. Exhaust exits through a set of headers and new Flowmasters. The suspension includes Traction Bars and rear coil over shocks. The car has a 12-bolt rear with 3:73 gears and a B&M shifter. This Nova also has power steering, a great option in a big block. The Black interior is in great shape and features after market buckets. Now for the best part the exterior color is up to YOU. With everything complete on this car the final piece of the puzzle is your choice. When we evaluate a car for sale one of the things that we must consider is how much the personal choices that were made have limited the market. The new owner of this Nova SS will get to make all of his own choices as far as color and striping or graphics to make this car the car of their dreams. To view this 1972 Chevrolet Nova SS in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Philadelphia showroom located in West Deptford, NJ. For more information, please call 856-599-4100 or email Philadelphia@GatewayClassicCars.com
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