PERIOD 396/402 BIG BLOCK POWER, 4 SPEED MANUAL, GREAT STANCE, TOUGH LOOKIN NOVA
This 1972 Chevrolet Nova is exactly what you want in a muscle car. It has a mean stance, great chrome, and big block power. Best of all, with a performance four-speed, this coupe has been carefully built to be both comfortable and quick. So you can enjoy the best of everything at an obtainable price.
You can instantly tell this Nova is a serious contender from every angle. Up front is the SS badge on the intimidating blacked-out grille and new hood with power bulge. It has an intimidating profile thanks to dark tinted windows and a sports stripe that emphasizes the Coke-bottle inspired rear fenders. Backing up this aggressive appearance is the knowledge that the Nova is one of the best cars for the street or dragstrip, because they are the perfect combination of a compact/lightweight coupe that was built with the same stout parts as Chevy's other larger muscle cars. But more than just an all-out aggressor, there's a premium side, too. The cherry red paint has a high gloss shine that only comes from a significant and recent investment in modern paint. The mirror-like chrome bumpers and the intricate brightwork look like there's been money spent there, too. The premium shine and performance attitude seems to come together perfectly on the polished 15-inch Weld racing wheels.
This premium and sporting attitude continues inside. After all we all love the look of a deep, black interior on a muscle machine, but you absolutely can tell the front seats have a nice upgrade. Those buckets are far more modern than what you got in the 1970s, and so you know this was a machine built for the driver. The dual-spoke SS steering wheel gives you a commanding view of the extra wide speedometer. The SunPro auxiliary gauges are a hint at something special under the hood, and we know you love having a tach to go with the Hurst performance shifter.
You might need to grab your sunglasses before popping the hood. With the valve covers, alternator, air topper, bracer bars, pulleys, and even the steel-braided hoses shining so bright, this is a presentation you'll be proud to show off. And beyond this terrific presentation is big block power. It's a 402 cubic-inch V8 block from '72 – a true muscle car motor from the time when Chevy still called this a 396 to keep up the legendary name. More important than its cool history, this big V8 has been given go-fast goodies like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, performance intake, Pro Cool aluminum radiator, and long tube headers. That last one not only adds power, but it also contributes to the thunderous dual exhaust. Best of all, you have complete control over this big V8 and its roaring soundtrack thanks to the four-speed manual transmission. Plus, with disc brakes in the front and wide Mickey Thompson rubber in the rear, this is a terrific street-eating Nova.
Bold, premium, and powerful, this has everything you love about a classic Nova. And an affordable price like this means it won't wait for long. Don't miss out, call today!
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