A sleek 1972 Chevrolet Nova is always going to be attractive, but this one is also unmistakably mean. With the unique exterior, race-ready interior, and absolutely stout small block, you have a serious performance to go with your distinction.
Third-generation Novas are great cars. The fastback styling combined with the reputation for being ready-made performance machines makes these a highly desirable classic. But this one instantly stands out as something more modern. The Cement color paint is an unmistakably modern hue. It has a good shine for distinction, and quite frankly, the name just makes this feel even more like a rock-solid muscle car. And the concrete-like paint isn't even the most aggressive part. This was given a full blackout accent package where traditional chrome and brightwork were changed to midnight. This includes the grille, bumpers, hood pins, window trim, side mirrors, and door handles. Even the right upgrades are done in black, like the 15-inch torque thrust wheels and the racing stripes that highlight the cowl hood. So the full style is both very mean and very custom.
The interior is clean and attractive, and you can also see that this was built to be a fun and powerful driver's car. How do you know? Because the race cage takes priority over any back seat flunkies. Instead, it focuses on the driver and a lucky passenger with modern leather bucket seats borrowed from a late-model Camaro. The race cage means you can have proper racing harnesses, and your seat even power adjusts to the ideal position. A wood-rimmed sports steering wheel, auxiliary gauges, and a B&M ratchet shifter with line lock for the three-speed auto are all about putting the power in your hands.
You may have noticed the full set of hood pins, and that's because you have a competition-style lift-off lightweight fiberglass hood. So you get full access to this clean and mean motor. We're told this 350 cubic-inch V8 was built with a Scat rotating assembly, Lunati 274 cam, and roller rockers. Plus, there are also aluminum heads, an Edelbrock aluminum intake, and it's topped with a Holley four-barrel carburetor. And those long tube headers feed into Flowmasters before exiting below the car. There are good supporting components, including the large aluminum radiator. And stout cars like his get solid upgrades like subframe connectors, rear traction bars, extra wide rear tires, and front disc brakes.
This is the custom Nova that has a powerful look that also has the muscle and growl to back it up. This one lets you stand out and get ahead all at the same time. Call today!!!