This 1970 Big Block Chevrolet Nova is for sale in our Louisville KY showroom. The Nova was originally a trim line on the Chevy II. However, in 1969 it became its own line of vehicle and would wind up becoming one of the best hotrod platforms to ever grace the bowtie. Its lightweight and huge engine bay was the perfect combination. This 1970 is a notable example of what many have done with these classic Chevy's. The clean and straight body looks great especially with the huge cowl fiberglass hood on it. The chrome brightwork is just as clean and shows extremely well. The chrome wheels are a welcomed addition giving the car a little more modern feel. Of course, all of that is nice but now to the part that really matters, the heart of the beast if you will. The small block that the car originally came with is long gone and in its place, is one of the most well-known engines ever made, a 454 Big Block. Rebuilt starting with the block being bored .060 over giving the engine a total displacement of 468 cubic inches. The Edelbrock heads are perfectly matched to the engine and provide the perfect flow. The roller rocker set up gives better durability and allows the engine to reach higher RPM's safely. That amazing exhaust note can be attributed to a set of 3-inch Hooker Super Comp Headers that were ran to a set Super 44 Flowmasters giving this car a rumble like no other. The TCI Th350 has been built to handle that massive amount of power with firm and positive upshifts being exactly what you want in a car like this. The interior is basic but comfortable with the bucket seats having enough side bolster to keep you planted. If you have been looking for a great car that has been well built with a drivetrain that is out of this world. Options on this 1970 Big Block Chevrolet Nova include AM/FM/Cassette, Cloth Interior, Seat Belts, and Aluminum Wheels wrapped in Radial Tires. To view this 1970 Big Block Chevrolet Nova in greater detail, including 100+ HD photos and HD video, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the Louisville showroom at 812 294 1555 or e-mail us at Louisville@GatewayClassicCars.com.
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