71K ACTUAL MILES, #'S MATCHING 250 I6, AUTO, PS, REAL DEAL & VERY RARE NOVA SS!!
Premium, preserved, and rare, this 1967 Chevrolet Nova SS is for those who recognize the value and uniqueness of a hardtop this well preserved.
It's pretty cool to have a real-deal Nova Super Sport with this level of survivor status. Most of the Granada Gold paint you see in the pictures is the same that was applied at the Willow Run factory over half a century ago. And the appeal with this one goes far further than just because much of the paint survived. In fact, it's the overall presentation of this Nova hardtop makes it so desirable. The body panels remain looking great so you can see well-defined details like the full-length sheetmetal crease, GTO-like headlight overhangs, and sporty kickcup that begins just behind the doors. And as you look over everything, you'll love how this survivor gets the details right – from the correct SS wheel covers to the factory-correct Capri Cream paint on the roof.
Inside, bucket seats and a chrome center console are more hallmarks of a true SS car. And averaging less than 1,400 miles annually has really helped preserve the interior. The premium gold seats with the sporty white stripe has a similar tone to the gold exterior with white roof. So this factory-applied package is also a highly coordinated one. And with matching door panels, as well as the headliner, carpeting, and dash all finished in gold, this Nova is truly precious metal. The three-spoke SS steering wheel gives this all a sporty touch, and beyond that are the wide, clear gauges you love on a 60s American classic like this. In fact, everything looks correct inside, right down to the push-button AM radio.
The time capsule-like presentation continues under the hood. The bold orange block, head, and manifold are nicely detailed as they radiate from within the dark engine bay. And the carburetor was even rebuilt in 2016 to continue to deliver stout performance. The 250 cubic-inch inline-six is numbers-matching, which is especially important. It's likely that there were fewer than 2,000 real-deal SS cars with the six-cylinder motor, making this one of the rarest Novas to come out of '67. The six cylinder fires right up like a good workhorse should, and it can pull around the coupe with ease. And the easy cruising attitude is heightened further by the power steering and Powerglide automatic transmission.
This is a real-deal Nova SS that's both rare and a survivor. That makes it an exceptionally distinct hardtop for those who like to stand out from the crowd. Is that you? call today!!!
- Power Steering
- AM Radio
- Exterior Color
- Granada Gold
- Interior Color
- Transmission Spec
- Rear End
- 10 Bolt
- Front Suspension
- Rear Suspension
- Leaf Springs w/ Shocks
- Front Brakes
- Rear Brakes
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