1971 NOVA 2-DOOR POST, presented with the very current desirable body and styling that people just love today, this features a terrific and great black paint with terrific gloss that is just worked to look great with the very straight body, goes great with the black vinyl interior, a strong and streetable built 383cid stroker with 4v carb, Moroso deep sump oil pan, a built uprated Turbo 350 transmission with aluminum pan, great sounding detailed 383cid small block, a MSD ignition system, fresh spark plugs, aluminum ‘Performer’ intake with a Holley 4v carburetor with uprated air cleaner, Moroso deep sump oil pan, dual exhaust system fed by the long tube headers, Ultra Flo mufflers, uprated aluminum radiator with an electric fan setup for great cooling, very nice looking front billet pulleys, the exhaust pipes are 2 ½” aluminized ‘X’ system, has a 10 bolt rear axle with roughly 3.73:1 ratio that is held in place by traction bars, has polished Centerline Aluminum wheels, front tires are 205/60/15s and the rears are 235/60/15 B.F.Goodrich Radial TAs, has manual rack and pinion steering system, 4-wheel GM style disc brakes just checked, dual line brakes, solid underchassis, items like the insulated hood, all new chrome bumpers, the black interior has the desirable and like new bucket seats in fine condition, this also features the tilt steering wheel, the windows work great, for ease of driving, the 3-speed automatic transmission is fitted with an aluminum pan has the B&M shifter, the nice body has rear quarters that were very nicely replaced that are hard to find, the floors are very clean and painted black, this came from a serious car restorer and technical guy in the Atlanta area, his whole bottom floor of his house is a complete car shop, the car is for sale only since he travels so much for this technical communication job, just now a full professional buffing for great luster along with great efforts on mechanicals and full tune make this a great ride now ready for Fall 2018, see www.fraserdante.com for further information and full inventory
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