Up for sale is a very reasonably priced, great running and driving 1972 Chevy Nova. Exterior: The paint job is a decent driver quality, but it looks like the front "eyebrow" of both front fenders has been bent up at some point over the years so it would need a little work to fix the front of the fenders. The rest of the body is straight and does not have any rust bubbles, etc. coming through in the paint. It has a steel cowl induction hood that has a couple very small dings in the top of the cowl. The glass is all in good shape and does not have any large cracks, chips, etc. The car has nice original quarter panels that have never been replaced or hacked up, nice original trunk pan and the floor pans are original but have some small holes in a few places. The front bumper is showing some wear and could stand to be rechromed or replaced to be super nice. The rear bumper is in decent shape. The windshield and rear window trim are in good shape and just have some light scuffs. The grille is in good shape and not broken anywhere. All of the head lights, tail lights, brake lights and turn signals work. The windshield wipers work also. It has a set of 15" Cragar S/S wheels with nice Cooper Cobra radial tires. Interior: The interior is in pretty decent shape overall. Both of the seat covers are in good shape front and rear. The door panels are in good shape. The carpet looks to be okay but could stand to be replaced with a nice loop pile carpet kit to be real nice. The headliner is in really good shape. The dash pad has cracks in it and is covered by a carpet overlay. There is a set of aftermarket gauges mounted to the bottom side of the dash that work correctly and look nice. The Grant steering wheel is in good shape as well. Drivetrain: The engine is a very strong running later model small block 350 V8 with a nice sounding cam, Edelbrock Performer EPS aluminum 4 barrel intake manifold and a Holley carburetor. It has a set of long tube headers that run through dual exhaust out the back of the car. The transmission is a turbo 350 automatic that shifts very well and feels like it has a pretty good sized stall converter. The rear end is the original 10 bolt, non-posi trac. Suspension: All of the original suspension is in good shape and the car drives down the road very well. The power steering feels responsive. The brakes are manual 4 wheel drums but they stop the car easily. If you have any questions or would like to see more close up photos, please send me a message, shoot me a text or call me on my cell phone at (214)682-595o and I would be happy to talk and answer any questions I can.