This is a very sharp looking 1971 Nova. For the 1971 year, the 396 engine was gone and replaced with the 350. The Rally Nova featured full length race stripes that ran the length of the car.This 1971 Nova has a beautiful silver exterior with the black Rally stripes. The body is very straight and the paint is excellent. All chrome and stainless is excellent. Bumpers are new.The interior is a black bucket seat console interior. The interior is in excellent condition, all interior trim looks great.Engine is the 454/500 hp with a 4 speed manual transmission. Engine was just rebuilt with all hand built parts from B&M Racing as well as transmission. This car runs and drives with excellent performance. It handles the road with ease and has lots of power as well. This car has power steering. Vintage AC/Heat was added and it is new.This 1971 Chevrolet Nova is located in South Carolina. It is a great car that will win local show awards as well as cruise-ins.
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