Just in is this beautiful 1970 Chevy Nova "Yenko" tribute. This car
was recently repainted and restored and is absolutely gorgeous but
best of all it runs and drives even better then it looks. CHECK IT
The body is laser straight, solid & clean including the floors,
trunk & frame all of which shows off the show quality "Hugger
Orange" 2 stage base/clear paint. It has been buffed and polished
to a deep luster and brilliant show car shine. It also has all new
chrome, trim and weather stripping too.
The black bucket seat interior has also been restored to like new
condition and looks awesome with it's fully adjustable leather high
back front bucket seats. This beautiful Nova not only has the look
but it has the grunt to back it up. It is powered by a thumping 396
c.i. big block engine that, we were told, was rebuilt during it's
extensive restoration. All i know for sure is that it runs and
sounds awesome !!
It is backed by a Muncie 4 speed transmission and 10 bolt
posi-traction rear with highway cruising gears. Other features
include power steering, power disc brakes (front only) sub frame
connectors, 15" American Racing black chrome Torq-Thrust wheels,
big tube headers with 3" Flow Master dual exhaust, aluminum
radiator and lots, lots more.
This is truly a very nice and very well built and restored Nova
that not only "walks the walk"
but "talks the talk" !! DON'T MISS IT !!
NOTE* THIS CAR IS IN OUR DETAIL SHOP BEING PREPPED FOR SALE. LOOK
FOR MORE DETAILED PICS & VIDEO SOON. THANK YOU !!
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