This is a pristine 1978 Nova with only 7K actual miles. The black body and red interior are original with a condition that you would expect from a low mileage car. The real surprise is under the hood. This Nova has been treated to a thorough complement of performance modifications starting with a stout 355 CI small block Chevy V-8 connected to a Richmond Super T-10 4-Speed transmission which sends power to a 3.42 posi rear. The Hooker Headers mated to a 3” dual exhaust sounds awesome. A full list of the drive train specs are available upon request.
This Nova has power steering and Auto Meter Tach, Oil and Temp gauges. It has tinted glass and rides on BF Goodrich tires with American Racing wheels.
This car has been well maintained and is in very good condition. An inspection can be arranged by appointment only. If the car needs to be shipped, we will ensure the car is available for the transporter's schedule. Reasonable offers will be considered. If you have questions or want to discuss the car, contact Randy at 612-619-2252.
I do marketing consignments for customers who don't have time to set up ads for their vehicle or don't use the internet. I charge a flat fee up front and do not collect any consignment fees when the vehicle sells. I am not a dealer. The vehicle remains in the owner's possession. I handle inquiries. When the potential buyer becomes serious, I put them in touch with the owner who can answer specific questions about the vehicle.
Note: This car is located in Elkhart Lake WI 53020
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