1972 Chevrolet Nova
Take a moment to let some of the highlights of this 1972 Chevrolet Nova really sink in... The performance-built V8, four-on-the-floor, full green color combination, and so much more come together in this cool classic that has everything you want, and all offered for quite a nice price. The color on this coupe gives a memorable first impression. The Sequoia Green Metallic is the factory-correct color, but it has been upgraded later in life to have a modern shine that looks terrific in the sunlight. There are plenty of nice SS touches, like the hood, badging, and blacked-out panels front and rear. And these 3rd gen Novas were the best at owning the road. After all, you got a lightweight package that was great for adding performance, and it came in quite an aggressive package. With the wide horizontal grille, sleek fastback profile, and upgraded American Racing Torq Thrust wheels, people expect to hear a wicked grow come from this coupe... and it doesn't disappoint. The interior is originally green, so this has a very cool period-correct feeling. It even has provisions to have the original factory air conditioning. And as you dig deeper inside, newer seats, carpeting, headliner, and other investments remind you it's quite easy being green. Plus, with the auxiliary gauge trio and Hurst shifter boldly in the center of this car, you know it's a true driver's machine. The first look under the hood will give you a very stock impression with the bold Chevy orange radiating within the dark engine bay. But take a moment to dig deeper. This small block 350 V8 has a host of nice performance upgrades, including an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, Accel HEI Super Coil, and Hooker headers. And the way this one growls at startup tells you there have been some nice internal improvements in the V8 as well. You have full control over this powerful small block and its thunderous soundtrack with the Muncie M20 four-speed manual transmission. Taking this enhanced Nova out on the road is easy, thanks to great driving features like power steering and front disc brakes. We've resisted calling this Nova the Green Goblin so far, but really, when you look this distinctive and sound so mean, don't you think it deserves a cool moniker? But the only way to give it a nickname is if you're the first to grab this deal. Call today!!!