GR Auto Gallery is pleased to present this 1969 Chevrolet Nova SS for purchase. The Nova started as a trim level on the Chevy II, which was a compact offering after Corvair sales were very low. The nameplate was switched just to Nova for the 3rd generation in 1968 and the car grew as part of a full redesign. It was still called a “compact”, but it was only one inch shorter than the Chevelle. Today, the muscle car era styling of the Nova's from 1968 to 1974 make them attractive collector pieces.
The 1970 Chevrolet Nova SS offered here has been the recipient of a ground up style restoration finished in Gray over a gray and black interior with a Black vinyl roof. The car features a throaty 350 V8 paired with a 4 speed manual transmission. According to the owner, the engine was recently rebuilt. Other features include a cowl hood, aluminum heads, Holley 4 barrel carburetor, aluminum intake, headers, power brakes, (discs in the front), 18” Foose wheels in the front and 20” in the back, like new tires, Sun Pro tach, Sun Pro temp/voltmeter/oil psi gauges and dual exhaust. The interior is immaculate.
Chevy Nova's remain highly sought after as they were basic, lightweight cars that were a favorite among speed junkies and straight line racers. Their survival rate is relatively low and well-sorted, affordable examples such as the one presented here are few and far between. A great car at a great price!
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