I have a gorgeous 1969 Chevrolet Nova, this car has gone through a restoration process and now has a show quality black paint job with a very straight body all around the vehicle, as you can see in my photos the deep reflection in the paint and shows the high-quality basecoat/clearcoat paint job, and also wet sanded and buffed to perfection, The front and back chrome bumpers are in excellent condition along with like new grill, emblems, light bezels, window trim, door handles,mirrors and weatherstripping around the vehicle, all the glass in the car is in good condition, Recently installed a new set of Rally factory wheels with a set of a 15” BF good rich radial TA tires all around the vehicle. Front are 215’s and rears are 245’s. Excellent stance!
The engine compartment is super clean with inner new fenders that have been replaced brand new, along with the engine in which is a small block 350 V8 cubic inch and has been upgraded with a set of ceramic coated headers along with a aluminum intake that is backed up with a Holley 4 barrel carburetor, also the ignition system was upgraded in which is a MSD6, to improve the performance of this engine, also upgraded with front power disc brakes, proportion valves, also power steering, we’ve also updated spark plug wires, cap and rotor, along with a chrome alternator that has been recently installed with a single fan that keeps this engine very cool under hot temperatures and what helps that is the aluminum radiator as well.
All of the front suspension on the vehicle has just been refurbished and replaced with new parts, This Nova handles amazingly going down the road. Recently also installed is the turbo 350 automatic transmission with a mild shift kits, the driveshaft has been replaced & yoke, backed up into a brand new 10 bolt Posi rear end with 353 gear ratio so this car can be driven on long halls across the country and would be an excellent candidate to drive through the hot rod power tour 2020, all of the turn signals, lights, windshield wipers, everything works on the vehicle and including the speedometer.
The trunk on the nova is very solid including the inner quarter panels, the body is very straight on the nova, the interior has been re-done with black bucket seats, newer carpets, very nice door panels, excellent dash pad, just installed a brand new SS steering wheel as well, the seatbelts are all intact from front to back, the headliner has been redone including the backseat and package tray, We’ve installed the RPM tack on the left side of the steering wheel, along with a triple gauge package of temperature control, volts, and oil pressure right in front of the B&M shifter in which is mounted between the front seats. It has a working Kenwood old-school cassette player and AM/FM radio with the speakers in the package tray, very nice cluster that you can clearly see the odometer and speedometer very clean set up on the entire interior of the vehicle.
Underneath the vehicle is super clean and dry there are no rust showing, it has dual exhaust from the headers all the way back to the car and this car sounds amazing, you must see the video, traction bars have been installed on the rear multi leaf springs as well to keep this car on the road when you need some extra power. This is a private sale
So if you’re looking for a really nice 1969 Chevrolet nova with an awesome paint job a great stance awesome interior and a very reliable drive train then this is for you, if you have any questions please feel free to text me or call me at the number below, if you need financing I have a lender that can get you approved in 15 minutes and also I can deliver this car to your doorstep my number is 847-848-1850
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