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The third generation Nova most would say is the last good nova before GM Decided to go to the 4th generation which ultimately killed off the Nova name in the 70's. I know, there was a brief stint of the Nova in the 80's but we won't count that in this case since it was more like the Chevette and less like a Nova. At any rate, what you are looking at here is a beautiful example of a slightly subtle but also mildly obvious street strip beast. This Nova is rocking a 406 stroker with GMPP vortec heads, a 571 lift Cam, MSD Digital 6 box, and a Holley Fuel pump (with fuel cell in the trunk). All this mated to the automatic with a 9.5" 3800 stall converter pushing power out to the 12 bolt posi spooled rear ratio'd at 4.10:1. This whole package sitting on a nice classic style center-line planting power to the street with some 275/60R15 Hankooks. Exhaust is immediately met after the flowmaster muffler by a turn down giving you that true ground pounding sound. A couple other goodies include an aluminum radiator, electric fans, line-lock and a cheetah SCS gated shifter. A beautiful interior done in almost all stock black vinyl fashion completes the look for the inside. Paint is still looking great after being done some years ago with only a few flaws noticeable. Surely any flaws on this thing would easily be overlooked by the sound of the stroker. This is probably one of the easiest cars to start and drive around, and the best tuned high horsepower car that has come through the door with a carburetor to date. If you come see this thing you will not be disappointed. Financing is made easy and trade ins are welcome.
|Total Price Change:||-$5,005|
Excluding price changes of less than $100.