The third generation Chevrolet Nova is one that has really just
begun to come into its own in the collector car market. This 1971
Chevrolet Nova SS clone is a very nice, driver-quality example of
these great Novas. The Burgundy Metallic exterior shines excellent
and presents in very nice condition overall with only minor defects
present. The Black vinyl top is in excellent condition with no wear
or defects to note. Complimenting the burgundy exterior are the
period correct "396" and "SS" badges and a set of period-correct
Rallye wheels. The Black vinyl interior is in very good condition
as well. Powering this beautiful Nova is its 325 HP, 396 cubic inch
V8 backed by its 4-speed Muncie manual transmission. Both the
engine and transmission perform just as they should and provide a
very fun driving experience. A great V8 rumble is produced by the
big-block 396 breathing through a set of long tube headers and
Magnaflow mufflers. The Nova handles the road just as it should
thanks to the suspension benefitting from many recently installed
components and bushings. This Chevy Nova SS clone is nicely
equipped with features such as: power steering, power front disc
brakes, front/rear anti-sway bars, heater/defrost, AM/FM/Bluetooth
stereo, tachometer, and variable speed wipers. If you are in the
market for a Nova that runs, drives and sounds just like a
big-block Nova should and would present well at your local
cruise-in or car show, then you will want to take a very close look
at this great 1971 Chevrolet Nova SS clone.
1971 Chevrolet Nova
Exterior Color:Burgundy Metallic
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