For sale in our Chicago showroom is this mean 1967 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova. The parts list on this Chevy II is anything but short, so let's jump right into the meat of it all. Powering this beauty is a 350 cubic in Tune-Port Injection V8 that has been warmed over with a bumpin' camshaft and some tubular exhaust manifolds. Backing that up is a 4-speed automatic transmission with a shift kit built to lay down the power. Power is sent to a pair of meaty tires through a GM 10-bolt. A Mustang II style front end gives the modern feel of a car with rack and pinion steering, coil over front suspension, and tubular reinforcements making for a very stable front end. The two-tone paint was exquisitely laid down, and the contrasting colors are separated by a slick red pinstripe. The top hue was even plucked from GMs own color wheel on the Chevrolet SSR pickup truck! Step inside and again be greeted again by modern touches, such as these modern power seats, a CD player, and Autometer Phantom gauges. A B&M ratchet shifter puts you in charge of the gears, making for a very engaging experience. This is a beautiful vehicle with the trophies to prove it! Options include: Aluminum Wheels, AM/FM/CD Player, Leather Interior, Power Brakes, and Power Seats. To see more HD photos and an HD video of this vehicle running and driving, please visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information on this sharp 1967 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova, contact our Chicago showroom at (708) 444-4488 or Chicago@GatewayClassicCars.com.
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