For sale in our St. Louis showroom is a Big Block 1971 Chevrolet Nova. The odometer reads 4,948, which represents the mileage since the restoration was complete. Options for this 1971 Chevrolet Nova include: Air Conditioning, AM/FM Radio with Cassette and CD Player, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Seat Belts, Vinyl Interior, Raised White Letter Radial Tires, and Aluminum/Alloy Wheels. Powering this classic Nova is a 454 CID Big Block V8 engine that features a street cam, and runs fantastic. A TH400 with a Gear Vender overdrive transfers the power to the 10 bolt Posi-Trac rear end that houses 3.73 gears. Disc brakes adorn all 4 corners, and provides excellent stopping power. The air shocks in the rear provide the ability to change the desired stance by simply adding or reducing the air level. The blue exterior paint is fairly fresh, and looks amazing. The black vinyl roof complements the blue exterior perfectly, the black vinyl interior is all new, and shows very well. This 71' Nova is setup to be a perfect cruising vehicle, from the drivetrain (engine/trans/gear ratio) to the option list (power steering and brakes/air conditioning). To view this 1971 Chevrolet Nova in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video, please visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our St. Louis showroom. For more information, please call 618-271-3000 or email STL@GatewayClassicCars.com
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