This 1970 Chevrolet Nova has the awesomely bright look we want in a true classic. But as you read the callouts on the fenders, you soon realize there is a beast within the beauty. This is a 396 big block car. And it has the bucket seat interior, upgraded suspension, and four-on-the-floor to really let you enjoy it all. The bronze color sets this one apart. It has a great 1970s vibe, but it's a product of modern application where we're told as much as $20k invested in this application. It's big money, but worth every penny for the way this one looks. There's a deep and shiny presentation where we can't even see a wave in the body panels. So while some people use a chrome bumper for a mirror, this one will be having people checking their reflection off the door! Oh yeah, and the bumpers here shine just as bright, too. While the beautiful glowing body is likely to attract some awards, we also like this one for the details. It subtly announces it's a big power machine with the correct SS badging, hood vent trim, fender callouts, and distinct redline tires. The black interior is a good-looking color against the bronze exterior. You can tell they made a solid investment in the fundamentals by the fresher feeling of the upholstery, carpeting, door panels, headliner, dash pad, and more. This is a radio delete car, and that really fits with the undertones this one has. Items like this and dog dig hub caps on the outside are all part of a Yenko-like spirit where the focus is on a driver's car, and no other options matter. So your biggest features are the front bucket seats, a grippy SS steering wheel, AutoMeter under-dash gauges, and Hurst floor shifter. Lift the hood to see that the callouts were not lying. This Nova has true big block power, and it's as cleanly presented as the rest of the car. It revels in its correct details with the Winters intake, Tonawanda decals, correct GM hoses, and even classic Delco cap over the battery. The motor fires up readily as it inhales deeply with a double-pumper four-barrel carburetor. It exhales with added power and authority as Hedman long tube headers feed the X-pipe dual exhaust with a great big block sound. You're in full control of the power and soundtrack with the four-speed manual transmission. This feeds a strong Moser 12-bolt rear end with 4.11 gear for quick take-offs. As you look at the undercarriage photos, you see just how clean and fresh this whole build is. And you'll even spot nice upgrades, like the tubular A-arm front suspension. There are also power brakes, front discs, and a modern tread behind the classic-looking tires. So this is the powerful coupe that's ready to hit the road. This Nova has a stunning look and stunning power. So you know it belongs in the prime spot of your garage. Call today!