1967 Chevy II NOVA . Pro Touring
This is a Nova that must be seen to appreciate.
The under-stated factory original color down plays an immaculate high-powered car.
Everything is done and ready to enjoy.
You will not find a nicer 67 Nova for my asking price.
LS engine with performance cam and intake. Performance built 4L60E trans.
TCI pro touring suspension front and rear, with full frame connectors.
Power rack and pinion in front and 4 Link in rear with Curry Ford 9 inch.
Complete Wilwood brake system with Spec 37 Extreme Performance rotors,
with 6 piston calipers in the front and 4 piston calipers in rear.
Coil Over shocks all around. Performance / polished driveshaft.
Lots of billet aluminum parts, including Eddie Motor Sports hood hinges.
Polished aluminum radiator.
Polished aluminum water pump assembly, etc.
New ?Tanks Inc.? gas tank. New exhaust system.
Boyd Coddington custom ?Stingray? wheels. Forged centers and Spun outers.
Custom Leather interior. New carpeting throughout, including trunk.
?Dakota? gages. ?Vintage Air? air conditioning.
Tilt wheel. Electronic emergency brake.
?Custom Auto Sound? system with sub-woofer and power antenna.
This Nova is beautifully painted the factory original color, ?Capri Cream?.
All chrome and trim pieces have been refinished.
Less than 1000 miles since fully restored. Excellent condition inside and out.
Asking only $68,800.00 OBO Call Joe (805) 796-5541
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