Price: US $29,995.00 Item location: Lithia Springs, Georgia, United States
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Nova
  • Type: Coupe
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1967
  • Mileage: 4,202
  • Color: Yellow
  • Engine size: 327 V8
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Black
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1967 Chevrolet Nova

OK we know a lot of you guys out there are picky about your cars but please take a moment to look at this 1967 Chevy Nova. Clean simple bodywork? Check. No nonsense interior? Got it. V8 power? Roger that. If you're the kind of guy who likes his cars to be subtle then this one definitely deserves your attention.Novas weren't anything amazing when they were new with most Novas like this one packing six-cylinder engines for economy. But that also means that their survival rate wasn't all that great so finding a good one that's ready to enjoy isn't all that easy. This handsome pale yellow hardtop was refinished a few years ago and is no longer destined for the show field but it has the look of a car that's led a good life. You can easily see that someone cared about giving the Nova a racy makeover which included a fiberglass cowl-induction hood and oversized rolling stock and the result is a car that looks tough without advertising too loudly. Even though it started out as a six-cylinder model it wears the Nova's crisp design quite well offering minimalist trim with just a single stripe of stainless running down the flanks along with bright chrome bumpers and a simple egg crate grille up front. Heck this one hasn't even been dressed up like a Super Sport but instead sticks to the basics and gets them exactly right.Basic black would describe the interior but like the exterior it's what you don't see immediately that's most important and the beauty remains in the details. The seat covers have been replaced at some point and reproduce the original patterns exactly making them both comfortable and stylish. Replacement carpets nicely rendered door panels with all the stainless trim intact and original gauges all suggest that someone cared about making it look right. Auxiliary gauges have been fitted under the dash but true to its minimalist roots there's no radio. As an original PowerGlide car the 4-speed with Hurst T-handle shifter is a welcome sight making this neat little hardtop a bit of a sleeper that uses a factory look to great effect. Again it's not perfect but it has its own charm that a lot of folks seem to really like.A 327 cubic inch Chevy V8 slides between the fender wells and since it was optional in the Nova it fits perfectly. With a high-rise intake Edelbrock carburetor and a few chrome dress-up pieces it's got a vintage hi-performance look and it's about what you'd expect from a car that made its reputation on being fast and affordable. Its humble beginnings are visible in the fact that it has manual steering and brakes but given how light the car is you'll never notice that they're gone and it gives the car a very direct feel from behind the wheel. The engine and 4-speed manual transmission were transplanted as a unit so they work well together and it has an awesome bark from the shorty headers 2.5-inch exhaust system and Flowmaster mufflers out back. Factory-style Rally wheels are always an excellent choice with this Nova wearing 215/75/14 blackwall radials for an industrial-strength look.Just try to find a clean usable V8 Nova that's ready to go. Not so easy right? This neat coupe is ready to play and offers a subtle look that may just catch the other guy sleeping at the wheel. Call today!