1967 Chevrolet Nova

 

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FEATURES INCLUDE:

350 c.i. 4bbl. V8 - High Performance Built - 4-Bolt Mains - Aftermarket 282 Crane Cam - Edelbrock Performer RPM Aluminum Intake - Holley 4bbl. Carburetor - 2.02/1.60 valves

Muncie M21 4-Speed Manual Transmission & HURST Shifter

Original Protect-o-Plate - Warranty Booklet - Owner's Manual - Chevrolet Accessory Guide for 1967

Custom Headers & Dual Exhaust (SOUNDS EXCELLENT - PLAY VIDEO ABOVE)

Sun Super 10K Tachometer

3-Spoke Teakwood Steering Wheel

Bucket Seating & Center Console (OEM)

Alpine AM/FM CD Stereo (CDE9872)

VDO Oil - Water - Amp Gauges

14-Inch Rally Wheels - 205/70R14 B.F. Goodrich Radial T/As x 4

Manual Front Disc Brakes

10-Bolt Differential


 

This custom Nova was photographed mostly at the Dallas Love Field Frontiers of Flight Museum. Be sure to visit our friends at the museum if you find yourself in Dallas, Texas. This Nova / Chevy II was not born a Super Sport, it has had Super Sport trim added inside and out along with a high performance 350 smallblock V8 & Muncie 4-Speed. We have a 3-inch stack of receipts dating from 2006 to 2009 for the build. We have the original Warranty Booklet with Protect-o-Plate, Owner's Manual, and 1967 Chevrolet Accessory Guide.

According to the trim plate, this Nova was originally rare and desirable Nantucket Blue. It has been refinished and restored in a Marina or Nassau blue, base/clearcoat and in very good condition. Again, this is not an original Super Sport car. The paint and body show well throughout. There are some paint touch-ups and a few scratches if you look closely. The front and rear bumpers are in good condition. This little Chevy II has a killer stance and makes plenty of power. Under the hood is the high performance built 350 4bbl. V8. This non-original powerplant features an aftermarket 282 Crane performance cam along with an Edelbrock Performer RPM aluminum intake & Holley 4bbl. carburetor. The heads feature 2.02 intake / 1.60 exhaust valves. Spent exhaust gases are expelled in a hurry through the special headers and dual exhaust system. This powerplant was built in early 2007, with receipt for machine work at Loden's Machine Shop in Balch Springs, Texas.

This is a practically "bare bones" Nova with horsepower and front disc brakes. There is NO power steering or air conditioning in this '67 Nova. Those things can always be added at a later date if desired. Open the doors to 1967. This interior is in beautiful condition. The bright blue upholstery showcases factory-pattern bucket seating along with an SS console to ride underneath the HURST Competition 4-speed shifter. The dash showcases the original speedometer cluster along with a Sun Super 10,000rpm tachometer on the column. The woodgrain 3-spoke steering wheel is a perfect addition for this Nova/Chevy II. An Alpine AM/FM CD Stereo has been installed. There is a trio of VDO gauges mounted under the dash for oil pressure, water temperature, and amperes.

The undercarriage features good solid flooring and suspension throughout. The rear end is a stout 10-bolt unit. The brakes are rear drum and front disc. The custom dual exhaust system sounds excellent. The fuel tank was replaced, we have the receipt.