We just acquired this beautiful 1970 Nova that was built to
Show-N-Go!! CHECK IT OUT !! Purchased from the owner/builder that
went that extra mile to finish the car right. The body is super
straight, solid and clean including the floors, trunk and frame and
the Burgandy Metallic 2 stage (base/clear) paint is super slick and
smooth with a deep luster and show car shine! All of the chrome,
trim and weatherstripping is new too. The black custom leather
interior is also all new and very tastefully done. It has hand
stitched high back adjustable bucket seats with matching back seat
and door panels and a custom console. It also has a Covans Customs
instrument cluster with Autometer gauges. All is all very, very
nice!! Thats covers the show, now the go !! This beautiful Nova is
powered by a strong running, good sounding G.M.P.P. 383c.i. -
425h.p. "Fastburn" crate engine that is topped off using ceramic
coated headers, Flow Master dual exhaust, MSD ignition and a 670
cfm Holley Street Avenger carburetor. This is all backed up by a
new TCI 700R4 Automatic Overdrive transmission with a 2500 rpm
Street Fighter Torq Convertor and a 10 bolt posi-traction rear with
3:55 gears. Other features include power steering, power disc
brakes with drilled & vented rotors, tubular upper and lower
control arms, frame connectors, brand new chrome 15" US MAG U110
Bandit wheels and so much more !! This beautiful Nova runs and
drives as nice as it looks with no disappointments.
DON'T MISS IT !!
1970 Chevrolet Nova
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