1971 Chevy Nova
"The 1971 Chevrolet Nova was available as a 2-door coupe and a 4-door sedan with pricing set at $2,200 for the sedan and $2,175 for the coupe. Standard engines included either the 250 cubic-inch six or the 307 cubic-inch V8.
�The 1971 Nova received minor revisions to the grille, and a vertical molding was also visible in the front fender corner trim panels. Amber plastic parking lamp lenses were new. Standard features included foot-operated brakes, ignition key alarm system, anti-theft steering wheel column lock, front armrests, and heater and defroster."
There are over 120 pictures of this car in the ad below, including detailed exterior, interior, engine, trunk and undercarriage.� Please let them load on your computer, it will take some time because of the size.
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For sale by owner is this awesome restored '71 Nova, built for the street or strip, completed this past spring. Please let all the picture load ( there are over 120 ) to see the great condition of this classic Chevy. We don't know all the details of what was done over the years, what follows is what we do know. The car started life with an 8 cylinder engine and automatic transmission. The original engine is long gone and has been replaced with a 383 Stroker motor rebuilt with less than 600 miles driven since, the original transmission has been replaced with a Muncie M-21 4-speed manual. The body had a show quality repaint in 2010 and the interior was done at the same time. What follows are the details.
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383 Stroker Motor .40 Over
One Piece Main Cam
Comp Mutha Thumper Roller #291 THR7, Lift 522/509
Duration 235/249 Comp Roller Tip Rockers
Vortec Heads 64cc, 2.02/1.60, Compression Ratio 9.7:1
Dual Plane Intake Manifold
Quick Fuel 750 CFM Carburetor
3HP Mini Starter
100 Amp Alternator
Ceramic Coated Headers
Taylor 8mm Spark Plug wires
�Weiand Aluminum Water Pump
Hi Volume Fan
4 Core Radiator
Muncie M-21 4 Speed Manual Transmission
GM Performance Balanced Flywheel
Ram 11" Clutch
3;73 Rear End Eaton Positraction
Drive Shaft Loop
CalTracs Traction Bars
Sun Pro Gages
165R 15 Tires Front
P-265/60R 15 Tires Rear
PPG Deltron Active Red/Sport Red Paint� 77,2000DBC
Brand #904579, OEM Code WA240
This car looks, runs and sounds terrific and is now ready for a new owner.
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