Gateway Classic Cars of Chicago is very excited to present this
Clean, Built 1972 Chevrolet Nova. These Nova's have become an
increasingly rare find and this 72 is no different. Where to begin
with this stellar Nova. It was built to launch you off the line and
still have road ready drivability.Lets start with the exterior, it
has been painted with a wonderful deep metallic green that really
pops in the sunshine, the wheels are weld drag links with Mickey
Thompson tires mounted all around, the interior is a contrasting
black that features a newer headliner and upholstery and a gate
shifter on the floor. The fenders, inner fenders and hood and rear
bumper are all newer.The engine is a 383 Stroker and to get the
fuel to the pistons an edelbrach high rise manifold and a 750
Edelbrach carburetor sit on top, with a rebuilt Turbo 350 automatic
Transmission with a 2800 rpm stall torque converter and to get the
power to the pavement it boasts a 3:73 posi rear end. Under the car
boasts a speed tech custom race frame with coil over suspension in
the front and leaf springs in the rear. A power rack and pinion has
been added along with power discs in the front. It also features
titanium rocker arms and sub frame connectors and much much more.
whether you're sitting on the line looking over at your next
victim, or cruising into a local car show you're sure to get plenty
of looks and plenty of respect. Let the good times roll.
1972 Chevrolet Nova
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