This 1971 Chevrolet Nova has the stance, upgrades, and big block
power to truly own the streets. So dig into the details on mean
The color of the car sets the tone correctly. The blue is a more
vibrant shade than anything that came from the factory, and so
there's an instant understanding that this Nova is upgraded. And
these 3rd gen Novas were the already best at owning the road. After
all, you got a lightweight package that was great for adding
performance. Plus, the big chrome bumpers and ribbed rockers give
this a substantial look. There are plenty of nice Super Sport
touches, like the hood vent trim, SS badging, and blacked-out
panels front and rear. And the upgrade 15-inch Rally wheels with
extra meaty rear rubber gives this an aggressive stance.
There's a clean interior that's fine for family and friends, but
the setup really lets you know the driver takes priority. You have
upgraded high-back bucket seats that are a big upgrade in comfort.
The TCI ratchet shifter has a decisive action on the TH350
three-speed automatic transmission; the classic Chevy three-spoke
sports steering wheel feels grippy in your hands; and the full
white-faced gauge package gives you a clear view of what's going on
under the hood.
These Novas could accept Chevy's big block quite nicely. However,
the factory never gave it one as large as this 454 cubic-inch V8.
More than just big displacement, this is upgraded further with a
Summit Racing four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer intake,
and long tube headers that add power while feeding into the thunder
of those straight exhaust pipes. It is a seriously powerful package
that you get to harness with upgrades like traction bars in the
rear and disc brakes up front.
When you look this distinctive and sound so mean, don't you think a
powerful classic like this deserves a cool nickname? But the only
way to do that is if you're the to take it home. Call today!!!