1973 NOVA 454 AUTO BUCKETS RESTORATION CAR ROAD OR TRACK ROLLER
WITH ENGINE AND TRANNY New paint silver with painted black roof
(could have been a factory vinyal roof) and a strong body,
purchased in New Mexico. Floor work was done by previous owner the
rest of the body is strong. Has a 454 put on new big block motor
mounts. Motor has an aluminum ribbed oil pan, new stainless
headers, new cross member and a 400 Transmission installed. Has
instrument panel, car is a factory AC car but will need work and
parts to work. Has old dash pad that will need to be wrapped.
Basically this car needs it all. Your buying a strong body with an
engine and tranny for rebuild. As you know these cars complete are
worth money. Engine will need a rebuild. Engine turns over but low
compression maybe just a head job. Bucket seats and rear seat are
in the car. CAR IS A PROJECT so please don't come expecting to get
a driver this is a project for restoration. Glass is good. Tires
look decent and all hold air. NEEDS LOTS OF WORK. IF YOUR NOT
INCLINED TO DO COMPLETE RESTORATIONS THIS IS NOT FOR YOU. A GREAT
PROJECT FOR A TRACK CAR. Please Note The Following **Vehicle
Location is at our clients home and Not In Cadillac, Michigan. **We
do have a showroom with about 25 cars that is by appointment only
**Please Call First and talk to one of our reps at 231-468-2809 EXT
1973 Chevrolet Nova
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