Matte black 1972 Nova SS clone

1972 Chevrolet Nova Super Sport clone

Condition: Used
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Nova
SubModel: Super Sport clone
Type: Coupe
Trim: SS
Year: 1972
Mileage: 60,600
Color: Matte black
Engine: 406 SBC
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: M21 Muncie manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: South Salem, New York, United States

Description for Chevrolet Nova 1972

I purchased this vehicle 3 years ago from a speed shop in Ohio. The builder was the owner of the shop and built it for the track and it has the power to do so. Small block 406 with a Weiand tunnel ram manifold, MSD and coil, M21 Muncie 4 speed, twin Holley 650 carburators with 3 inch cowl induction hood. Rear end from a 1967 Camaro 12 bolt with 308 gears. Headers with 3 inch exhaust. Nexen N3000 tires with Coyys thrust rims, 255/45 zr18 in rear, 235/45 zr17 in front. Disk brakes in front drums in rear, Manual fuel pump. The car is a beast when it was delivered to me and I had to make some upgrades to be able to drive on street safe. I added, frame connectors, power booster for brakes, new upper and lower control arms in front, new 450 springs in front with Qa1 adjust coil overs, fat man 4 link in rear also with Qa1 adjust coil overs, 3 inch exhaust moved and re-welded around 4 link, new air cleaners for carbs, carbs were both rebuilt also and it has windshield wipers that work. This car launches like a beast, now with the upgrades I made it keeps the power to the road and tracks straight. my next upgrade was to install power steering but with all the power the car has I just let it be. interioris in goodcondition, dash pad is ok, instrument panel has some cracks, heater core and hoses installed but not connected but its all in working order.there are scuffs on thepassenger side rim from some idiot garage employee that decided to take it out for a spin. This is a driver, it is fun to drive and will bring you a lot of enjoyment when you take it out.Everywhere I go people stop me and complement me on the car. I'm sure I missed something but feel free to ask, thanks and good luck