You are looking at a beautifully restored 1967 Nova. This Nova is finished in a beautiful white paint which has a mirror like reflection with tasteful red and black pinstripes...it is the absolute right color for this car, the photos just don't do it justice. The fit and finish is in perfect condition, the body panels are straight and the gaps are correct. The front and rear bumpers are new and have no blemishes. The engine bay is spotless with a newly rebuilt 327 V-8 engine matted with its four-speed manual transmission with Hurst shifter, the car also has a new Be Cool aluminum radiator with polished side mount water over flow, the radiator shroud and flex fans also help keep the engine cool in the Arizona desert heat. The wheels are polished aluminum Billet Specialties wrapped in Nexen 215/45R17 front and 35/45R17 rear tires with all its tread still remaining. The polished wheels are backed by drilled and slotted disc brakes on all four corners. The interior had new carpet installed in 2019 with all the front and rear seats free of tears or scratches and is in perfect condition. The dash is as clean as the upholstery with new plastic over the speedometer, clean and perfectly mounted Sun Pro 3 gauge cluster provides information for volts, temp and oil pressure. The Sun Pro tachometer is tastefully installed under the dash and all gauges work, the original Delco radio is still intact. The Billet steering wheel is attached to a new tilt column along with a new steering box. A new battery was also installed in January of 2019. Unless otherwise noted, this car is sold "AS IS" with no warranty expressed or implied. As with any Internet related purchase, proceed with proper due diligence.
Sales price $48,500.00 I will consider possible trades for 2013 or 2014 Ford Shelby GT 500 only.
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