1967 CHEVROLET CHEVY II NOVA 400 STATION WAGON C-925 This 1967
Chevrolet Chevy II Nova station wagon has been restored with subtle
upgrades. Original I6 cylinder 230ci 3.8L with a single 2 bbl
carburetor is connected to an automatic transmission. Auxiliary
electric cooling fan is mounted in front of the radiator to aid in
cooling. Power steering makes for easy driving. The exterior is
finished in red with a white roof. The chrome bumpers, trims and
glass are in great condition. The interior is refinished with
complimenting red on the bench seat, rear seat, rear cargo area,
door panels, headliner, dash and carpeting. An auxiliary gauge
cluster is mounted below the left side of the dash. A Grant GT
steering wheel is mounted on the column. A Kenwood KRC-1007
AM/FM/Cassette is mounted in the dash, with speakers throughout the
car. Make a statement wherever you go with this gem. Chevrolet
produced the second-generation Chevy II/Nova for only the 1966 and
1967 model years. All Novas were built in Willow Run Michigan. The
launch of the Camaro in 1967 started cannibalizing Nova sales.
Compared to the 1966 model year output, sales of the 1967 models
dropped by more than a third to 106,500 (including 12,900 station
wagons). In the Chevy II 100 and regular Nova series, six-cylinder
engines sold far better than V-8s. ***If you are viewing this on
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1967 Chevrolet Nova
Location:La Verne, California
Interior Color:Red/White Vinyl
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