A well-built small block, bucket seat interior, and nice extras
headline this 1972 Chevrolet Nova. So as you look at all the
details, you'll discover an appealing icon offered for quite an
Third-generation Novas are great cars. The fastback profile of the
coupe instantly gave these the same kind of appeal we love in the
Chevelle, and this made for a better and lighter package. That same
muscle car lineage is seen on the Super Sport upgrades, like the
hood louver trim, SS-style grille, and tail panel. And the
competition-style American Racing Torq Thrust wheels have extra
meaty rear tires for a terrific stance. So people may just call the
color on this one "mean green." It's an older respray that has a
street machine attitude...but it still retains a good gloss to go
with the chrome bumpers.
The black interior has a nice aggressive attitude and all the right
features. After all, we all love high-back bucket seats, and those
are nicely finished. And the door panels, dash, and carpeting
complete a look of quality. It has an A/C compressor installed, but
you will need more components to complete the system. This was
built to be a driver, and so you have a center console with floor
shifter and quad auxiliary gauge package. And the classic
dual-spoke steering wheel gives you a clear view to the large tach
that was mounted front-and-center on the steering column.
Under the hood is the unmistakable look of an enhanced small block.
This 305 cubic-inch V8 has been upgraded for power with a Holley
four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock high-rise intake, and long tube
headers that feed a growling dual exhaust. It's supported by the
right components, including a serpentine belt system, Mallory
distributor, and Accel plug wires. There are disc brakes in the
front and traction bars in the rear for a good street machine
setup. Plus, there are also good anytime driving features, like a
three-speed automatic transmission and power steering.
When a sharp-looking icon like this is also at a value price, you
know you can't delay. Call today!!!
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