This 1967 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova has the cool old-school street
machine style where a clean and crisp pillared coupe has a thumping
V8 under the hood. It makes for a sharp-looking Chevy that loves to
have some blacktop fun.
A big cowl hood, dog dish hub caps, and racing flags on the
fender... This is what we bet a Yenko car would look like if he got
involved with the second-gen Chevy II. The red paint has a nice
finish. It's nothing too fancy to keep you from driving this
lightweight V8 car, but it has a good gloss that also highlights
the good body panels and a hint of kick-up in the rear fender.
Bright chrome bumpers and minimal trim bring together the sharp and
clean style of a car that was quietly elevated above stock
A clean and simple black interior continues the Yenko kind of vibe.
The condition of the carpeting, door panels, upholstery, and dash
all tell you that they invested in the interior to make sure that
stock also feels inviting. And we particularly like that they kept
the classic under-dash A/C unit there for display (the rest of the
system has been removed to reduce drag on the motor.) The radio has
been upgraded to an AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette, but your
favorite additions will be the driver-oriented ones. The Chevy's
three-spoke steering wheel and upgraded gauges under the dash are
period-correct pieces that add to the sporty appeal.
The tidy engine bay shows off a very clean and mean powerhouse.
This is Chevy's 350 cubic inch V8, and it looks great with a
clean/bold block, bright air topper, and finned valve covers. It's
built right with a four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, and
long tube headers that feed the Flowmaster dual exhaust. There are
solid driving features, like the three-speed automatic transmission
and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan. Plus, the Toyo sport tires
and front disc brakes with drilled & slotted rotors are subtle and
useful modern upgrades.
This is a very cool-looking custom V8 machine. So if you want a
Nova that represents its custom car era well, you know this is
worth a closer look. Call today!!!
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