Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to digitally present to
you this one of a kind 1962 Chevrolet Nova Convertible. If you ever
wanted a show winning car for over half the price off of what it
took to build then this 1962 Chevy Nova Convertible is the answer.
First thing you see will be the stunning 20k candy apple with ghost
stripes paint sitting on some badass Billet Wheels. You can see why
it took 4yrs to do a full rotisserie restoration. Under the hood
there is plenty of jewelry to look at. It has a super clean custom
fire wall and engine bay to spotlight the beastly 383 Chevy crate
engine that is paired to a 700R4 transmission boasting 450
horsepower. It has a new matching never used convertible top that
is built from the same fabric as Mercedes Benz. It was intended to
stay down so the latches need to be installed still. Then it flows
into the tastefully done burgundy interior. With ice cold air and
slightly modified dash. I mean I can go on and on but I would have
to go on and on and on to go over this car. Call us today to get a
$250,000 restored Nova for over 50% off.This 1962 Chevrolet Nova
Convertible is for sale by our St. Louis Showroom and can be seen
in great detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD video at
www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please call
our knowledgeable staff at (618) 271-3000 or email us at
1962 Chevrolet Nova
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