Fully Restored 1970 Big Block Chevy Nova Custom Coupe

Fully Restored 1970 Big Block Chevy Nova Custom Coupe

A restored Chevrolet Nova is a very nice car, but a Nova that has received solid work in the field is something that many people would want to drive on a regular basis.

Showed by Classics garage, Nova has received a full frame restoration, with all parts said to be professionally detailed.

The star of the show is the engine that powers the Nova. Restomod includes the installation of a high-performance 468ci engine (7.6 liters) generating 400 horsepower. The engine itself is paired with a FiTech fuel injection system and a TH400 SlapStick automatic transmission and has 45,466 miles (73.170 km) around the clock, according to information provided by the seller.

Needless to say, the engine runs just like new, but while the car can be used well as a daily driver, it’s more than a well-suited vehicle for car shows or long cruises.

The Nova also features a custom 3″ Flow Master exhaust system as well as a fully built-in GM 10 bolt rear end. The restomod package adds 17″ American Racing wheels, electric disc brakes, a 4″ steel induction cap,

The interior itself is in great shape, so inside you’ll find a custom steering wheel, AutoMeter gauges, and an upgraded stereo system with modern features like Bluetooth to connect your phone wirelessly.

All of this makes the Nova an absolutely fantastic car, blending a series of great vintage features with the new and modern systems that everyone loves and needs. But in the end, cars like this, although easy to find, are rather expensive, and the model we have here is just living proof of that listed for $40000.

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