GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1967 Chevrolet II Nova SS for purchase. After the Corvair wasn't the hit they hoped it would be, GM needed a new “compact car” and they rushed the production of the Chevy II with Nova being the name of the top trim level. However, the car is commonly referred to as both names. Unlike the Corvair, this model was much more conventional and much better received. The SS version was introduced as the Super Sport to compete with the V8 Falcons.
This SS was built in the second week of October in 1967 at the Willow Run plant in Michigan. The car presents well dressed in red over black vinyl interior with bucket seats in the front. The non-numbers matching 350 v8 sounds very healthy and runs well, it has a Weiand intake with a Holley 4 barrel carburetor and a MSD coil. The block is painted chevy orange and shows well. It is kept cool by a Harrison radiator. The engine breathes through headers and dual exhaust. The engine is paired with a 4 speed manual shift transmission. The engine area was dressed up with a chrome kit as well. The rides on Cragar wheels. This car is a fun driving car that is a rarely found body style. A true SS makes it a great collector's item to cruise and show off! Please call or email for more details!
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