|Engine||350 V8 Crate|
|Transmission||4 Speed Automatic|
|Front Suspension Type||Tubular control arms|
|Rear Suspension Type||Leaf Springs w/ Shocks|
|Front Wheel Specification||17" American RacingTorq-Thrust D|
|Rear Wheel Specification||17" American RacingTorq-Thrust D|
|Front Tire Specification||205/50R17|
|Rear Tire Specification||225/50R17|
|Front Brakes Specification||Power Disc|
|Seatbelts||Power Steering||Power Brakes||Front Disc Brakes||Vinyl Interior||Cassette Player||AM/FM Radio||Owner's Manual|
|Build Receipts||Dealer Invoice||Dyno Sheet||Factory Buildsheet||Galen Govier Documentation|
Is it the slick custom paint, overdrive transmission, or the performance-built dual-quad V8 that makes you want this 1971 Chevrolet Nova? We bet it's the combination of all those unbeatable features, and much more, that make you want to take home this all-around stunner.
The copper color really sets the one apart. The modern metallic hue loves to radiate in the sunlight and make this coupe look like precious metal. It's that kind of quality that tells you that tells you they not only invested in the paint, but also got the body panels right before the first drop of copper went down. Of course you love this one for the substance behind the style, too. It has a proper Super Sport presentation with the cowl induction hood, blackout grille, and the right SS badging. And those large 17-inch American Racing Torq Thrust wheels adds to both the shine and speedy style.
The black interior looks great against the copper, especially when it also has been upgraded for a performance look like this. Bucket seats and a center console signal this is a driver's machine. The B&M shifter feels nice in your right hand, and your left one may never want to leave the Grant wood-rimmed steering wheel. ... Please ask for the full description.
BEAUTIFUL NOVA SS, 350 V8, 700R4 TRANS, PWR STEER/FRNT DISC, DUAL EXHAUST, CLEAN
Yes, this is a factory all-black 1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS with big-block power and a four on the floor. We won't blame you if you skip ahead and just call us now, but everyone else can continue to read the rest of the details on this sweet ride.
This is the kind of muscle car the draws attention and makes others jealous. This was born Tuxedo Black, and it still retains that right kind of gloss to highlight the well-creased body panels. Plus, you have brightwork in all the right places like extra wide bumpers, full trim outlining every inch of glass, ribbed rocker panels, and the faux vents drawing extra attention to the dual power bulges in the hood. But just in case some were not already taking notice to the midnight hero attitude, Chevrolet left extra hints everywhere with special SS 396 badging front and rear, as well as racing flags and bold "Super Sport" script bookending each side. Plus, the addition of modern Foose alloys add to the performance look with a nice 18/20 inch font/rear stagger for an aggressive stance.
The interior is just as imposing as the exterior. The deep black on the seats, doors, carpets, and dash are all products of making sure that factory black remains looking its best. The buckets are upgraded factory package code 763 when new, which makes them an attention-getter today. This package also gets a center console to frame the bright gearshift and working clock. A real-deal Super Sport is meant to be driven, and so you'll appreciate the upgrades like the three-spoke sports steering wheel, auxiliary gauge trio, and the large Sunpro tach to goes so well with the Hurst shifter.
Lift the hood and see that the callouts on the SS badges were certainly not lying. The engine is a 396 cubic-inch big-block filling the engine bay. It's nicely dressed in a proper coat of Chevy Orange. Plus, it's ready to show off with bright Edelbrock valve covers, a matching air topper, newer power brake booster, and an overall tidy presentation. The big V8 inhales deeply with a Holley four-barrel carburetor, and it exhales deeply through headers that connect to a rumbling dual exhaust. You can get the most out of this monster motor thanks to a four-speed manual transmission, and it feeds a stout 12-bolt rear end. If you look at the undercarriage pictures, you'll notice some nice upgrade, like disc brakes up front and upgraded Hotchkis arms in the rear.
This is an intimidating big-block coupe that has the exact right look, and there's the right power and rumble to back it all up. You're not the only one who's been looking for a real-deal SS396 with a true all-black package, so we know it won't last long in our showroom. Call today!!!
- Power Steering
- Power Brakes
- Front Disc Brakes
- Vinyl Interior
- Cassette Player
- AM/FM Radio
- Owner's Manual
- Exterior Color
- Interior Color
- Front Suspension
- Tubular control arms
- Rear Suspension
- Leaf Springs w/ Shocks
- Front Brakes
- Power Disc
- Rear Brakes
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