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The mid-1960s were a great time for the A-body muscle cars that we all know and love, such as the Chevelle and impala. These vehicles will live on as icons of their generation because of their innovative style and high horsepower V8s, but there is one car that many people don't discuss when thinking of the early '60s. You may know the Nova name from the second generation, but the vehicle didn't always boast the curvy design in the late '60s and early '70s. This particular Nova is a remarkable performance automobile that kickstarted the GM domination of compact muscle cars.
Under the hood sits a 327 cubic inch v8 engine which roasts the tires exceptionally well with its whopping 275 horsepower. Many can attest that these cars only need around 300 horsepower to be wildly fast due to their light chassis and tight handling compared to the other muscle cars of the time. That power is then sent through a manual transmission which was likely the best performance combination available in 1967. After all, this Chevy II Nova is an SS model explicitly made for high-speed driving and daily driver applications. That's why you should consider getting behind the wheel of this great muscle car.
Backing the engine a 4-speed 700R4 automatic transmission that feeds into a new 10-bolt rear, and it gets stopping power from power brakes. It also has air conditioning, power steering, power windows, ceramic coated headers, traction bars, and more.
Maple Brothers Auctions invites you to register to bid and consign your vehicle(s) for our Dallas auction, being held November, 18th-19th in Dallas Market Hall. Over 400 vehicles ranging from sports and muscle car, customs, hot rods, pickup and more are expected to cross the auction block. Many will be sold at NO RESERVE. To get more information visit https://www.maplebrothersauction.com