The third-generation Nova was a big deal for Chevy. The car had been transformed from a compact sedan into a fully-fledged muscle car with more aggressive styling, performance, and street cred. 1968, Chevy introduced the 69 Chevrolet Nova SS. It was a high-performance version of the Nova. The SS (Super Sport) package included a variety of performance upgrades, making it a true contender in the muscle car segment. The 1969 Nova SS is now considered a classic muscle car and is highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts. Every now and then, you are lucky to come across a person willing to spend their time and effort bringing these cars back to life. This specific example is one of them, with a body-on restoration completed in 2018, and has won 12 trophies since. The car now sits in immaculate condition.
The 1969 Chevrolet Nova SS had a distinctive and aggressive exterior styling that set it apart from the standard Nova. It featured a redesigned front grille with a blacked-out section, a bold "SS" emblem, and quad headlights. This example has been repainted jet black, a custom vinyl hardtop, and new tires. The car also has been fitted with power disk brakes, which are necessary given the hint of its capabilities shown by the polished supercharger sticking out of the hood. Inside, this Nova is swathed in a custom grey cloth interior with pink and blue accents, a custom grant steering wheel, and a Hurst stainless steel shifter. The vehicle's original stereo system seems to be in place, even though its current functional status is unknown. Overall, the interior of the 1969 Chevrolet Nova SS was designed to provide a comfortable and sporty driving experience that complemented the car's high-performance capabilities.
The most special thing about this specific 1969 Chevrolet Nova SS however, is the special street blueprinted 7.4L (454ci) V8 engine paired with a special blower driver service 6-71 supercharger. The engine carries dual Holley 750CFM supercharger carburetors, an HD radiator, new electric fans, new hoses and gaskets, as well as a recent oil change.
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