Frame-Off Restoration TRUE SS

Price: US $12,100.00 Item location: Vancouver, Washington, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Nova
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Standard
  • Year: 1972
  • Mileage: 500
  • VIN: 1X27K2L11163O
  • Color: Gray
  • Engine size: 350
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: Manual 4 Speed
  • Interior color: Black
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1972 Chevrolet Nova

This Frame Off Restored Classic is a 1972 Chevy Nova TRUE SS built by Glory Days Auto Restoration in Vancouver, A. The restoration was completed 6-1-15 and has about 500 miles on it since rebuild, o all the quirks of a build are dialed in. It's a full sub-frame off rotisserie restoration. It took 1 year to complete and over 1200 hours. There is over $40K in parts alone. The body was stripped down to bare metal and it had very minimal metal/rust issues. The body was treated with Sherwin Williams Auto Epoxy before bodywork began. The bodywork was completed and primed then blocked 4 times to get the lines perfect. We then applied 3-4 coats of Sherwin Williams Ultra 7000 basecoat and 3 coats of Sherwin Williams 950 Premium Urethane Clear coat. The car was wet-sanded with 1500/2000 grit and polished to a pristine shine. All new chrome, ights/lenses, riginal wiring great condition, ll lights electrical works perfect. No expense was spared on this build as you can see.

Block: 90's Factory roller 4 bolt 350 block 638 casting. One piece rear seal. Magged and shotpeened. Bored .030" with Rottler CNC. Bore spacing and squareness trued to crankshaft centerlines. Decked to acheive .040" quench height and 9.5 compression. Line honed. (Portland Engine Rebuilders)

Rotating Assembly: 90's 350 crank casting # 1408526 ground 10/10Clevite rod and main bearings. Sealed power .030" Moly rings. Sealed power .030 Hypereutectic coated pistons H423DCP. Factory 350 connecting rods, hot peened and balanced with ARP bolts installed then resized. Total rotating assembly computer balanced. (Portland Engine Rebuilders)

Camshaft/lifters: Lunati Voodoo Hydraulic roller #20080721 Duration 219in/227ex Lift .515/.530" Lobe separation 112*Roller tip rockers with polylocks. Hardened pushrods. Summit Racing Performance timing chain set Installed straight up at 0* Advance/RetardAll valvetrain geometry/clearances checked and measured to ensure proper operation.

Cylinder Heads: Iron GM L31 Vortec 062 castings. Pocket ported and smoothed. 3 angle Serdi valve grind. Valve depth/tip length trued and checked for equality on both heads. Milled to ensure flatness. Spring seats machined to accept GM Performance beehive valvesprings PN #12499224 installed at 1.80". Comp Cams 787 Steel retainers and corresponding 7 * locks. Fel Pro Viton valve seals. (Portland Engine Rebuilders)

Induction: Edelbrock Performer RPM Intake. Holley 670cfm vacuum secondary carb-tuned to engine. Pertronix Billet Flamethrower distributer curved to match camshaft performance, ertronix Flamethrower coil. MSD wires

Transmission – Rebuilt (Metro Transmission) 4 Speed Manuel M-21 Close Ratio. New 11” Luk clutch and balanced flywheel.

Brakes/Suspension - New 4 Wheel Disc Brake KitSSBC in front and Rear with Power Booster for great stopping power. New Master Brake Cylinder with disc/disc proportioning valve. Also new 2" drop spindles,Upgradedsway bar, prings, ebuilt upper and lower control arms/bushings, teering tie rods/idle arm/pitman arm, ulti-leaf rear springs, ll new Monroe shocks.

Rearend – 373 Gears, uburn Posi, 1 Spline Axles, imkin Bearing Kit(All new)

Exhaust – New Exhaust (Punks Muffler) Ceramic coated Hooker headers, ½ inch exhaust with crossover. 18" Magnaflows

Interior - All new interior. Pro Car 90 bucket seats that are fully adjustable and slide track that are very comfortable. Painted dash body color. New dash pad, riginal SS Steering wheel, eadliner, arpet kit, irrors, point seatbelts, actory Tilt Column, e-upholstered Rear Seat, ew door panels, nd much more.

Wheels/Tires - MB Old School aluminum 17x8 front and 17x9.5 rear wheels with new BFG tires that grip the road.

I can promise you it drives as nice as it looks. The steering is very tight unlike many classics and the car fires right up and sounds great! Trust me I don’t want to sell this car because it’s my favorite driver, ut I need the money to fund a 1969 Roadrunner build. Feel free to ask any questions. I’ve been building cars and early broncos for the last 20 years. You’re getting a lot of car for the money!! Fun car to drive especially with the built motor and 4 speed!!!