Our 1973 Nova Custom that we have here is in all original condition and in excellent original condition. The Nova has seen only 52,298 actual miles. The body is clean and straight not showing wear or rust. The panels are straight without any dents, nicks, scratches, or major damage and all the gaps are correct. Enough about the exterior looks, you probably want to know more about the era correct 350ci 165HP 4BBL V8! As you can see from decoding the VIN, this Nova’s original 307ci 2BBL V8 was replaced with an era correct 350ci engine at one point in the past and matched with the Turbo 350 Automatic. We have taken the Nova out for a test drive and it passed with excellence. Our staff did not find any issues or concerns while driving. Take off and the automatic shifting was very smooth, and it did stop on a dime with the help of the power disc brakes.
When you slide into the driver’s seat you will see that the interior has also been very well taken care of. The green cloth bench seats, carpet and other interior areas are very clean without any rips, tears or parts missing. For those who want to be unique and stay on an affordable budget, this Nova seems to check all the right boxes.
We believe you will find our Nova to be an excellent original quality car and it is priced to sell. If you have any questions, please feel free to call or email us!
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