Somewhere between sleeper and old-school speed machine is this 1969 Chevrolet Nova. It has a very vintage look, and for those who come closer, there are some hints to the performance-built small-block and four-speed that make it at ton of fun to drive.
Beige-yellow paint, dog dish hubcaps, and the Nova's classic clean lines give this one the kind of look of a classic high school cruiser. So there's a real instant nostalgia factor here. But then you notice upgrades like the tinted windows, deleted badges, and the super scoop cowl hood. It shows you the investment here is for more than just reminiscing.
Inside is more of that nostalgic attitude combined with the right upgrades. After all, the black looks great against the yellow exterior, and the dash has the clean and simple look of a classic economy car. But you also notice that there have been some significant upgrades. For example, the bucket seats coordinate with the interior nicely, but they are the kind of modern units hug your body like no classic seat could. You have a three-spoke sports steering wheel, race-ready switch panel, and auxiliary gauge trio. Plus, the top of the cue ball shifter is like a beacon in the darkness calling out to your right hand.
Under the hood is a clean and mean V8. This is a tidy setup with the bold block, billet valve covers, and a matching air topper. But what you'll really love is that within this style is the substance of a performance-built 350 cubic-inch V8. It has been enhanced with go-fast goodies like Blue Print Engine aluminum heads, an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Performer EPS intake, and ceramic coated headers. Plus, you have the right supporting components like the HEI distributor and an aluminum radiator w/twin electric fans. This is a growling power package, and you get full control over it thanks to the four-speed manual transmission.
This is the cool classic with a sleeper-style that's built for driving. It makes for a distinct machine you're going to really enjoy on the road. Call today!!!