This 1971 Chevrolet Nova is instantly attractive for both its
coordinated style and speedy-looking upgrades. And when you also
see there's a terrific small block under the hood, you start to
realize that the Nova you've always wanted is ready to roll right
Sleek silver cars and bright chrome bumpers just seem to have an
instant attraction when done right. But this car has much more
going for it than just the solid fundamentals. It has the cool
Rally Nova upgrade that gives it the attractive cursive script and
a full-length side stripe that tapers to look like an arrow
pointing this car forward. This black looks good against the
silver, and it's part of an attractive darkness that's continued on
the tinted windows and blackout rear panel. And there's a great
look of even more sporty appeal with upgrades like the real cowl
induction hood and competition-style American Racing Torq Thrust
wheels (that also happen to coordinate with the full paint
The interior gives you the dark heart of a performance car in a
clean and complete black. Two rows of bench seats have a well-done
vintage style with the fresh feeling of a newer investment. In
fact, there's a proper classic style right down to details like the
dual-spoke steering wheel and working dome light. But this one also
has the right upgrades for a driver's car. The AM/FM/CD stereo with
upgraded speakers gives you better driving music. And the SunPro
auxiliary gauge trio and Hurst ratchet shifter tell you there's
something good under the hood.
The 350 cubic-inch V8 has a bright look, and the whole engine bay
has a cool style that could pass for a stock setup. They even have
the proper air grabber with the gasket that seals it to the fresh
air cowl hood. But that cooler now feeds into a Holley four-barrel
carburetor to let this V8 inhale deeper. And the long tube headers
exhale with added power and ruble into the Flowmaster dual exhaust.
More than just solid V8 power, this Nova likes to be easy to enjoy
with features like a three-speed automatic transmission, power
steering, power brakes, and wide BF Goodrich T/As.
Complete with owner's manual, a great-looking Nova with all the
right upgraded attitude is always appealing. So to find such a
complete and ready car makes for an irresistible deal. Call
1971 Chevrolet Nova
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