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Classified 5882671
1967 Chevrolet Nova SS Hardtop, 22700 miles

Questions, just message here: numberlakis@seeksfun.com . Very clean, stock looking 1967 Nova SS. It is a true 118, factory 4-speed car. As described below, the car is not
numbers matching, but is still an amazingly beautiful example of a 2nd generation Nova. You'd be hard-pressed to
build an immediately enjoyable, drivable and solid car one like this for the price.
Additional detailed pictures are below. If you have questions, want to inspect it in person, want additional
pictures or if the link or pics don't show up, please use the contact link above.
Some highlights:
-Healthy 327 V8 engine with correct snowflake intake. Block has casting # 3791362, casting date of A-19-7 and #ís
stamped are V0303ZA. Heads are different that the camel hump heads and the exhaust manifold was swapped by prior
owners to headers.
-12-bolt posi rear end
-Muncie 4-speed transmission
-Nice driving car, has good power and responds well.
-Most of the interior is original (headliner and door panels was replaced by previous owners)
-Originally a butternut yellow car, painted in 1990's-early 2000's in a beige metallic (similar to GM's Light Drift
Sand Metallic); the paint shows very well but has a few minor flaws
-Very nice SS truck panel; some pitting but still a very nice original compared to others out there.
-Drum brakes
-Very even body panel gaps
-No evidence of panel replacement or other accidents; floors are solid. There was a small amount of surface flash
rust was found under the passenger front carpet and treated with POR 15 (see pics)

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