This 1972 Chevrolet Nova is exactly what you want. After all it has a mean machine look backed up by a fully built small block. And as you peek inside, you'll see race-ready components as well as great overall features like A/C and overdrive. The two-tone paint is a terrifically detailed package. The silver and black are both glossy, and the way they intertwine shows off some of the straight sheetmetal's best lines. There's even a bold orange pinstripe dividing it all (that even goes through the door jambs!) The value price on this fully upgraded Chevy reflects how you can leave money in your budget for a comprehensive detail and work if you're really looking for a Autorama kind of presentation. But for the rest of us, there's an allure to a full custom look that's also won't make us nervous to enjoy at a moment's notice. And you can tell this is a machine made for the streets. The large cowl hood, hood pins, front spoiler, and blackout 17-inch Torq Thrust wheels are equal parts style and intimidation. Inside, they get the speedy attitude nicely with the Corbreu Racing seats up front. The steering wheel is now a Billet Specialties three-spoke sports unit that gives you a good view of the full white-faced gauge, including the large SpeedHut speedo and tach. And you know you'll love resting your right hand on the B&M floor shifter. It's a competition-ready setup, but there's much more going on here. You have a touch of added style as the rear seats and door panels have a cool black and gray style that coordinates with the exterior. And this Nova was built for added comfort with tinted windows, auxiliary power ports, and an AM/FM/CD stereo with AUX input. We even have the $2k receipt to install cold-blowing air conditioning back in 2014. The engine bay has the unmistakable look of serious power. This is a 350 cubic inch V8. It has been built with all the right pieces, including aluminum heads, Comp roller rockers, an Edelbrock intake, and topped with a Demon four-barrel carburetor. It's supported by the right pieces, including an MSD 6AL ignition, Frontrunner serpentine belt setup, a separate oil cooler, rear-mounted battery, and an upgraded radiator with Black Widow electric fan. Flowtech headers add power while releasing a wicked growl to the dual exhaust. Power like this needs the right components to get it to the ground. That's why there's the TH350 three speed automatic transmission rebuilt with Hughes 2500 stall converter. And because you can engage the added Gear Vendors overdrive at any time, you really have a six-speed setup. This feeds a rebuilt/reinforced 10-bolt rear end. You also have subframe connectors and a thick rear sway bar for added confidence. Add in power steering, power brakes with Wilwood front discs, and grippy Goodyear Eagle tires, and you soon realize that this beastly Nova is easy to tame. The sale comes complete with the owner's manual, original warranty card, and build receipts. So don't miss your chance at this terrific street-eating Nova, call today!