For sale in our Nashville showroom is a 1969 Chevrolet Nova SS. This 1969 Nova Super Sport is a factory correct, packing a 396 that is backed by a four speed manual transmission and 12 bolt axle housing a set of 3.55:1 gear set. So that's the short story, but with a car like this, who wants to hear just the basics? Ok, so imagine you had a well taken care of 1969 Nova SS. Now even though it is has been loved and care for, it is getting a little tired and in need of "freshing up" just a bit after all it is 39 years old at this point and that is like 156 in car years! So you have to decide where to take it for the "facelift", so take it to the shop on the corner who's tool box consist of a hammer and a metric cresset wrench�? Or, a custom shop that knows classics and has the tools and knowledge to do the job right? No real choice. This Chevy II SS for sale went to the right shop and the results are amazing! Total rotisserie, every nut and bolt twisted, cleaned, rebuilt and reinstalled. Under the hood is the work horse 396 CID Big block Chevrolet V8 from the factory this engine pumped out 375 Horses. The transmission of choice here is a Muncie four speed manual transmission that is connected to the 12 bolt that divides the power equally to the rear tires that have the awesome task of planting the power to the pavement. But this car is not all muscle, the interior is clean and sharp and looking factory fresh. You will not find a Sun � tach hosed clamped to the steering column, not in this car. The exterior is straight and clean with a fresh coat of Garnet red covering the classic curves that we remember so well from the seventies. So if you are looking for a true muscle car that runs, looks and feels better than it did when new then you better hurry as I do not expect this one to last long. Options for this '69 Chevy Nova SS for sale include: AM/FM Radio, Power steering and Brakes, Seat belts, Vinyl interior and top and Radial tires wrapped around rally rims. For more information contact the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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