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For Sale: 1969 Chevrolet Nova SS in Peoria, Arizona

Vehicle Description

1969 Chevrolet Nova Super Sport L88
28,860 Original Miles
Butternut Yellow, Black Interior
Started Life As an Original 396CI 375HP
4 Speed Muncie Rock Crusher M21 Trans with Hurst Shifter
L88 Chevrolet Crate Engine w 500 plus HP purchased in 1970 from GM
For those who don't know, the 427 L88 is a very special engine that should be researched
Roller Rockers, Roller Cam, Hydraulic Lifters
Holley 750 Double Pumper
Winter's Foundry Aluminum GM Intake
Many, many upgrades too numerous to list. I have a complete detailed history below
Complete Frame Off Nut and Bolt, Lazer Straight Restoration to Original Color and Trim. Over $60K into it
New Q1A Coil over front shocks-springs. Have new original coil springs.
Vehicle is in excellent condition without a scratch or chip on it. Runs super strong, is crazy fast, and perfect.
Price: $47,500
Call Paul @ 6O2- four six nine - 258 eight (No Text Please)

Detailed History:Written by Paul Ravenna as told by Michael H########

Original Owner: Robert E Puzzi and Karen A Puzzi (see copy of title) Vehicle was originally a 396/375HP SS with a bench seat ( see cowl tag )

Sons: Richard (lived in Douglas) and Frank

2nd Owner: Owner of Jim## Trailers in Wilcox, AZ

3rd Owner: Unknown person in Bisbee, AZ who didn't take very good care of the car

4th Owner: Michael H######## bought it in about 2006 ( Restored the Vehicle ) Michael knew the original owners as a teenager and knew the car. He always wanted to buy but could not afford it till he got older and finally tracked the car down

5th Owner: Paul J Ravenna: bought it 6-1-14

Engine: L88 Crate Engine purchased in 1970 from GM

Cam: Crane Hydraulic Roller

Rockers: Crane Roller Tipped Rockers

Pistons: Stock and shaved 75/1000" with thick head gasket to reduce compression

Rods: Stock "Pink" High Performance Rods

Crank Shaft: Stock

Intake: Winter's Foundry (snowflake logo) from 1988 LS6 crate motor from GM

Carb: 750 Holley Double Pumper

Distributor: MSD with Ignitor and MSD Coil and Taylor 8mm Plug Wires

Transmission: 4 Speed M21 Muncie - Hurst Competition Plus Shifter and Linkage (Installed by Paul)

Rear End: 410 stock with Eaton Possi and Ring and Pinion from 69 Camaro (M&M Motorsport installed the components and made the driveshaft)

Springs: Cut to lower front end. Stock springs available from Classic IndustriesWipers: New Switch Bad Motor

Wiring: M&H or M&J

Interior: Dash, Seats, Door Panels, Head Liner, Carpets, Rear Seat all new. Front Seat is new when Michael purchased car.

Steering Wheel: Came off 69 Camaro but was an optional whel for a 69 Nova

Radiator: New Stock Radiator and Heater Core. Original Stock Shroud and Fan. Upper Panel is stock for Big Block. Peak Antifreez w distilled water

Hooker Competition Headers with Jet Hot Coating (Phoenix). Were installed with engine out of vehicle

Exhaust Works (Tucson) Aluminized with Flowmaster Series 40

Weber Clutch, Pressure Plate, Throw Out Bearing

Positive Pigtail Lead goes either to alternator or to terminal block in front of battery to power car (according to Mike)

Volt Meter not hooked up and Mike doesn’t remember if idiot lights ever worked

Right turn signal indicator light out. Left one ok

Stock radio not hooked up. No speaker. Mike was concerned with music from engine

New Optima Yellow Top installed by Paul August 2014

Vehicle Details

  • Listing ID:CC-1048982
  • Price:$47,500 (OBO)
  • Location:Peoria, Arizona
  • Year:1969
  • Make:Chevrolet
  • Model:Nova SS
  • Exterior Color:Butternut Yellow
  • Interior Color:Black
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Odometer:28860
  • Restoration History:Fully Restored
  • Exterior Condition:Excellent
  • Seat Material:Vinyl
  • Engine History:Replaced
  • Engine Condition:Running