On the lot now is a real looker. This silver 1969 Chevrolet Nova
with SS trim is an extremely clean car! The 3rd-gen Nova, of which
this car is an example, was made from 1968 to 1974 and remains as
one of the most capable muscle cars to ever wear the bowtie emblem,
especially the ones made from 1968 to 1971. This sweet Nova comes
equipped with an upgraded 383 C.I. "Stroker" V8 paired to a
4-barrel Holley carburetor. All that power is transferred to the
rear wheels through a "Turbo Hydra-Matic" 3-speed automatic
transmission. The silver paint looks absolutely stunning laid out
over an incredibly straight body, and the chrome trim of the car is
in exquisite shape as well. The black vinyl interior with bucket
seats both looks great and is very comfortable. Options on this
fantastic SS include adjustable seats, a tachometer, newer
under-dash gauges, an updated vintage-style AM/FM radio and stereo
system, a heater, front disc brakes, power steering, brakes, and
wipers, a dual exhaust system, and an aluminum radiator. The car
rides on a sweet set of factory-style SS steel wheels on top of a
great set of BF Goodrich RWL tires. This car not only has the
capability to go like hell, but it rides incredibly nicely as well.
If you're in the market for an incredibly clean Nova, then this
just might be the one you're looking for!
1969 Chevrolet Nova
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