This 1971 Chevrolet Nova looks mean from every angle. And when you look under the big hood, there's ferocious V8 power. So dig into all the details on how they invested nicely to create your dream muscle machine.
This Nova is a serious contender from the moment it comes into view. Up front the SS badge on the clean grille is subtle, but the custom fiberglass hood with huge power bulge screams power. Plus, the staggered size of the Weld racing wheels give this a great stance and plenty of extra shine (it complements the chrome bumpers nicely.) But what really has you sold is the full paint package. The black has a nice luster as it highlights the Nova's fastback roofline and a hint of flying buttress. Plus, the full-length blue stripe showcases the cool curves of this Chevy coupe.
One look inside, and you can tell this was built for driving. This is a full midnight package. In fact, the red bow tie embroidered on the back of the bucket seats some of the only color you see radiating in this darkness. You get a grippy sports steering wheel, full auxiliary gauge trio, and an AutoMeter Sport-Comp tach prominently in front of you. And that last one goes particularly well with the Hurst shifter.
Under the hood lives a beautiful beast. The clean black fender walls funnel your attention to all the shining components like the alternator, air topper, shroud, and Chevrolet valve covers. But what you'll really love about this 350 cubic-inch V8 are all the performance upgrades. It has an Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock Victor Jr. intake, AFR 75cc aluminum heads, and an MSD ignition. Plus, the headers add even more power while contributing to the dual exhaust. But when you really want to bring the thunder, there's a dash-mounted switch to open up the electronic cutouts on the exhaust. The powerful motor is mated to a close ratio Muncie M21 four-speed manual transmission, and that feeds a Positraction rear end with versatile 3.73 gears. A car like this wants to take off with power and confidence, so you also have frame connectors, traction bars, and wide Mickey Thompson rear tires. Plus, there are disc brakes up front to keep control well in hand.
This is a mean-looking Nova with all the right power to back it up. So when you want to rule the streets without having to pay the king's price, call today!