A special survivor, this low-mileage, matching numbers 1972
Chevrolet Nova SS is now available from the MAXmotive Pittsburgh
Showroom. It has its original, numbers matching L48 350 4-barrel V8
engine and a 4-speed manual transmission. Believed to be just 8545
actual miles, it proudly wears its original Placer Gold paint with
a black vinyl roof and black vinyl bucket seat interior. A father
and son purchased the car at Bill Gatton Chevrolet in Bristol,
Tennessee in November of 1971. After the untimely passing of the
son, the family kept the vehicle safe in their barn for almost 48
years. The doors, hood, and trunk lid open and close like new,
lights and wipers work; and the interior, dash, headliner, and even
the steering wheel show minimal wear. The Nova has received some
TLC, and the engine was disassembled, checked, and reassembled
using many of the original parts. Some parts that were not
reinstalled are still with the car including the water pump, timing
chain and sprocket, and even the spark plugs. Installation of a new
master cylinder and a new dual exhaust system complete with
Magnaflow mufflers assure that the car is ready to drive. Power
steering and power front disc brakes are original equipment. This
rare and highly desirable find is documented with its original
Protect-O-Plate, the original sales invoice, and the complete
owner's package that includes the original 1972 Chevrolet Nova
Owner's Manual. Of course, those staggered 215 and 235/70R15
Goodrich radials are newer tires, mounted on SS Rally wheels. But
all five original wheels come with the car plus three Firestone
Wide Oval tires. This 1972 Chevrolet Nova SS presents a unique
opportunity to acquire an original classic muscle car that has been
driven very little yet has been well taken care of. See detailed
photos at www.maxmotive.com.
1972 Chevrolet Nova
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