1967 Chevrolet Nova Wagon. This was the final year for the Chevy II
wagon and someone set it off with a very handsome tribute. The car
came from California, and the black plates even come with the sale.
The original Butternut yellow was resprayed with a very
professional hand so you get a show quality shine. The car was
disassembled before the painting, so all four doors shut with
confidence and line up with the sheet metal crease that runs the
full length of this shoebox wagon. Even the tailgate received
plenty of attention to erase any evidence of when it was sat on for
picnics and football games. This Nova comes with all the correct
badging, the trim looks fantastic, and the grill has been restored
so it flawlessly extends through the headlights. The largest items
of chrome, the bumpers, were even re-dipped so they can shine like
mirrors. Factory Rally wheels were added for a subtle aggressive
touch that does not interfere with this Chevy's stock appearance.
What definitely is not stock is the interior. This was the personal
car of a man who builds hot rod interiors for a living, so you
already understand the level of craftsmanship before you even check
out the details. Chevy II wagons usually had two rows of vinyl
benches, instead this one has resculpted recovered bucket seats up
front and three person sculpted seating in the rear. The engine is
a 327/275hp with a turbo 350 transmission which has just been all
rebuilt. The engine compartment has power steering, power disc
brakes and Vintage air. Complete with plenty of documentation,
including the original Protect-o-Plate, title docs, and owner's
manual. -Vehicle is on consignment and at our clients home -Please
Call First and talk to a rep at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 -Showroom is by
appointment only Please Call -If you would like a FREE Listing
please visit our consignment page or Call
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