1968 Chevrolet Nova (Millsboro, DE) $32,500 This beautifully built Nova looks gorgeous in Hugger orange paired with a black vinyl interior. Powered by a 489cu v8 big block and a Turbo 400 automatic transmission with a 3000 stall and shift kit, you will have absolutely no issue with the power or the reliability for that matter as it only has 1500 miles on the build. This vehicle starts right up and is an excellent driver that shows no sign of rust. Equipped options include but are not limited to, new tires, power front disk brakes, heat, Flowmaster components from the headers back, Hydraulic cam, aluminum intake, aluminum pullys, chrome engine accessories, aluminum heads, and an aluminum radiator with an electric fan as well as a manual fan which will ensure that you will run cool on even the hottest of days. This vehicle has been meticulously maintained and garage kept since completion. Give our our friend Merrill a call at 302-228-7302
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