PRICE REDUCED!!! Chevy NOVA 406 Restomod...bought from "CLASSICCARS77"

Price: US $11,250.00 Item location: Lexington, South Carolina, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Nova
  • Year: 1973
  • Mileage: 98,686
  • VIN: 1Y27H3W291278
  • Engine size: 406
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Want to buy? Contact seller!
Description:

1973 Chevrolet Nova

Open to offers on this '73 Nova...

Make me an offer...one I can't refuse ‹(•¿•)›

I just purchased this from "classiccars77"...more on that below.

I did a walk-around video with the car where you can hear it idle, and you'll get a clearer view of the car at the same time. That video can be seen on Youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7L2W1269Cg

"MAKE ME AN OFFER", but please remember to keep it within reason. You can get a lot of car for the money, so go ahead and let's make a deal. I'm not pressed to make the mortgage payment or keep the children in college, but obviously want to sell the car else I would not have it listed.

As far as the build goes, this car is a beast...

▀▄▀ 406 w/Comp Cam

▀▄▀ Steel Crank

▀▄▀ Dart Heads

▀▄▀ Aluminum Rocker Arms

▀▄▀ 700R4 Transmission

▀▄▀ Holley Double Pumper 4bbl Carb w/High Rise Intake

▀▄▀ Headers

▀▄▀ Aluminum SBC Fabricated High Rise Valve Covers

▀▄▀ Aluminum Water Pump

▀▄▀ Racing Radiator

▀▄▀ MSD Pro-Billet Distributor & Ignition w/Multiple Spark Discharge

▀▄▀ Flow Master Dual Exhaust

▀▄▀ Posi Rear End

▀▄▀ Zinc Traction Bars

▀▄▀ High Performance AGM Deep Cycle Optima Battery

▀▄▀ Electric Fuel Pump

▀▄▀ Wisco Fuel Cell

▀▄▀ American Racing Polished Aluminum Wheels

▀▄▀ Hoosier GT Racing Tires

▀▄▀ Hebb Products Fiberglass High Rise Cowl Hood

▀▄▀ Grant GT Steering Wheel

▀▄▀ Sport-Comp Gauges...Silver Class RPM Tach

▀▄▀ Hurst Ratchet Sport Floor Shifter

▀▄▀ Power Steering

▀▄▀ ProCar by Scat Seats

As far as "classiccars77" goes (Robert Foster, aka "Classics by Foster" or his website, "DreamClassicsInc"), learn from the mistakes of others, namely mine. Do your due diligence and you'll see MULITPLE complaints to the BBB that have gone unanswered. There are other agencies in Florida that have disconcerting things on file against the business & his 2 or 3 man operation as well. No anger...just the facts. It would behoove you to check the BBB complaints on Dream Classics Inc & Robert Foster if nothing else. He's got multiple unanswered complaints against his business, but that seems to be par for the course, as he' not even picked the phone up to call me when I alerted him to the issues with the car. There's other Florida agencies that have reports on him as well, but sadly I was unaware @ the time.

I paid top dollar for this car, expecting to have a drivable car with no needed repairs needed when I received it, but it overheats. He had it up for sale on multiple sites including here on Youtube:

http://classiccarslib.com/chevrolet/222958-coupe-406-resto-mod-must-see-call-now.html

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1973-Chevrolet-Nova-Coupe-406-Resto-Mod-Call-Now-407-883-0858-/301948535556?_trksid=p2047675.l2557&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&nma=true&si=W2xg6KIiQQnbeRxWeV8giChi%252FSI%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc

I'm a car enthusiast, & not a mechanic in any shape, form or fashion. I've now bought 15 vehicles in the past few years, having sold my Mopar just a week prior to purchasing this Nova. My cars are nice (you can see the Mopar video on my channel when you take the Nova link, as well as a pristine Lincoln LS up for sale too here on Ebay), but I buy vehicles to drive, not to work on them and THEN drive 'em. This car was to have been "road ready", but the overheating issue needs to be addressed first, and I'm not putting any more money into the car, so my loss can be your gain. I will cut my losses and move on. If you bought the car @ $16900 I would be in the red.

Get a mechanic to fix the issues with this car, and you've got one bad Nova for sure!

With your purchase, I'll send you a Paypal request for a $1000 deposit to be paid right away towards the total purchase we agree on. That balance will need to be paid within 7 daysby cash,bank check, cashier's check,or bank wire if you choose. A personal check is certainly fine, but obviously we'd need to have it clear the bank. I have the clear title in hand.

Thanks for taking the time to look, and I look forward to speaking with you and we can go over the good, bad and the ugly on the car.