The Chevrolet Chevy II was a key part of Chevrolet’s small-car strategy in the 60s and 70s. The first Chevy II was designed with the likes of the Ford Falcon in mind and was a quickly-developed entrant into the small-car space. The Nova tag was reserved for the top of the line models, and the model quickly became known by both Chevy II & Nova titles. This 1967 Chevrolet Nova is a fine example of the two-door second generation of Chevy II. However, a peek under the hood will reveal that there’s more to this Chevy Nova than just preservation. Rather, it features some tasty parts, built with a keen eye for detail to make it stand out from the rest.
The exterior of this 1967 Chevrolet Nova has been finished in stunning gloss black. The car has reportedly undergone a full restoration, and it certainly shows. It has also been recently painted, with new floors fitted and a new subframe installed. The interior has been finished in black with contrasting red elements on the doors and dashboard lifting the interior. Along with the rack and pinion steering rack, the steering column is also tilt-adjustable. Meanwhile, the battery has been relocated to the trunk, while also included is a racing-style fuel cell.
The engine under the hood of this Chevrolet Nova is a rebuilt 454ci engine which has been further enhanced with some choice parts. This includes an MSD ignition and a Quick Fuel carburetor. Power is handled by a rebuilt Turbo 400 automatic transmission, with new brake discs upfront ensures surefooted braking.