Throughout Chevrolet's 110 years of automobile production, they have left an imprint that is hard to erase from the motoring world. Many an iconic vehicle has left Chevrolet's factory to be lauded as revolutionary and groundbreaking, and the brand itself is a part of American automobile history. And as such, the Chevrolet Nova, which was known as the Chevrolet Chevy II Nova from 1962 to 1968, is a wildly successful compact car from Chevrolet. The third generation of the Nova was offered in a souped up Rally Nova version with some substantial upgrades. What we have to offer is a 1972 Chevrolet Rally Nova 350 coupe with just 35 miles after the rebuild and modifications and available to be seen in West Virginia.
This 1972 Chevrolet Rally Nova 350 coupe is bedecked in a Brownstone Brown paint job, the color inspiration was taken from the 2014 GMC Sierra. A set of OEM vintage-style Chevrolet branded wheels act as it's shoes. A racing stripe in white runs the length of the car and around the back, "Rally Nova" stickers on the rear quarters finish the exterior look. As part of the rebuild this car has undergone extensive replacements and some modifications also. The steering joint, transmission fluid, oil and filter, belts, tires, radio, hidden antenna, dash, dual exhaust, transmission lines, battery, battery cables, radiator hose, radiator, oil pan are a few of the things that were replaced. A new hood chrome is in place along, along with the front and rear windshields. The car is reported to have some an intensive build sheet with many smaller details that you can look over.
When the third-generation of the Chevrolet Nova was introduced, it was offered in a myriad of engine and transmission options, which ranged from a 2.5L I4 to the massive 6.6L V8, with manual transmissions from 2 to 4 speeds and automatics of two or three speeds. This specimen of the Chevrolet Rally Nova 350 coupe comes required with a period correct, non-numbers matching 350ci 5.7L V8, and mated to a TH350 automatic transmission. It’s original motor was reportedly a six cylinder, so you’ve got a useful performance upgrade as well.
Car Location: West Virginia Non numbers matching, Originally came as a 6 cyl 2014 GMC Sierra Color Brownstone Brown 35 miles reported on the build 350ci V8 engine is reported to be period correct, non numbers matching TH350 Automatic transmission Replaced steering joint, transmission fluid, Oil and filter, Belts, Tires, radio, hidden antenna, dash, Dual exhaust, transmission lines, battery, battery cables, radiator hose, radiator, oil pan Reported to have new J bolt kit, bumpers, door seals, door locks, Trunk emblem, headlight bezels, rear and side lights, outside door handles, Front turn signals, bumper bolts Reported to have replaced Mirrors, kick panels, kick panels, rubber bumper kit, Rear bumper seal, front bumper filler panel, Gas bumper door, seat foam Replaced hood chrome Intensive build list w/ many smaller details New front and rear windshields reported
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