1972 Chevy Nova. Air-conditioned! Automatic with console. Painted
aprox. 2010 in it's current black (originally Gulf Green).
Customized with a very tasteful grey cloth interior, seats, dash,
door panels and headliner, all look great and are much cooler than
the typical black vinyl. Retains a punchy 350 V8 engine that sounds
great, although not the original one. It has an automatic 3spd
transmission. It was upgraded from column shift to a much more user
friendly shifter on the floor with upgraded console and column
shift cover. Also added is a storage console between the front
seats which is equipped with cup holders in front and for rear
passengers. All windows tinted. Equipped with: Power Steering and
Power front disk brakes with Brake Proportioning & booster kit, 15"
Chrome Cragar style wheels with new BFG Radial tires, size P215 60
R15 in back and in front P215 60 R15. Aftermarket AM-FM radio in
dash with Memphis audio custom installed amps with hidden subs.
Aftermarket Super cooler Gen II special aluminum radiator, dual
exhaust with Flow Master mufflers, shift kit, newer battery,
Edelbrock valve covers and air cleaner, chrome alternator, new
sending unit and new complete distributor assembly. Recent
Alignment and new bushings installed. Around 20k miles since the
car was restored. Comes with a spare and extra set of keys. This
car was sold to a customer in Colorado. Currently the car is still
located there. The sale will be made through us and delivered from
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