Gateway Classic Cars of Scottsdale is proud to present for sale a
classic muscle car from the early 70's Chevrolet had along list of
performance cars available in this era all of which have there
dedicated fans, the Chevy Nova being one of the most recognized
certainly has a strong following and we hope this powerful example
gets your motor going. The Nova name plate was introduced in 1962
and was Chevrolets first compact and the first SS Nova's were
available in 1963. In 1968 Chevrolet made many changes to the Nova
especially it's semi- fastback styling which was a big hit. The SS
Nova is finished in a dark gun metal grey metallic that really
makes the car look like it means business especially with the high
profile cowl style hood scoop. The wheels are old school Weld
aluminum racing wheels. The drivetrain is pure performance a 502
cubic inch motor rated at 565 H.P. lives under the hood mated to a
Muncie 4 speed shifted by a Hurst V-gate shifter. With a fully
forged rotating assembly including crank, aluminum heads and Holley
Electronic fuel injection it should really get you down the road.
There are additional gauges tastefully mounted on the dash so you
can be sure that this machine is running at optimal levels. The
classic stock black interior with high back bucket seats look
absolutely appropriate in this cool ride. Couldn't you just picture
yourself running down the road in this classic muscle car Please
call our Scottsdale Showroom 623 900 4884 or reach us by Email at
1970 Chevrolet Nova
Exterior Color:Dark Gray
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