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1967 Pro touring Chevy Nova

Make: Chevrolet
Model: Nova
Year: 1967
Mileage: 878
VIN: 115377W299701
Engine: LS1
Cylinders: 8
Transmission: Manual
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Fenton, Michigan, United States

1967 Chevrolet Nova Additional Info:

Selling my 1967 Chevy Nova. This is a very fresh 5-year nut and bolt restoration with nothing overlooked. The car started out as a rust free all original sheet metal Nova. I did not have to replace or patch the floors, trunk, rockers, etc. ALL ORIGINAL. The body is painted in GM Red Rock Metallic found on the 2015 Camaro. Body mods are extensive but not enough to take away from the classic Nova look. I shaved the drip rails, flush mounted the rear window, narrowed the bumpers, added a spoiler to the trunk and a custom splitter to the front bumper. Kindigit door handles add to the smooth look I was going for also. There is not one chrome piece on the car. Every part on the car is either billet or painted. The grille was designed in CAD and 3D printed along with the panel on the trunk.

The front suspension is all Chris Alston Chassiworks components and the rear is an Air ride 4 link kit with QA1 coil overs in all 4 corners. Mini tubs were added to make room for the 295 width tires out back along with Baer disc brakes all around to slow it down.

The power train is a 2002 based LS1 with ported/polished heads, upgraded camshaft and a dyno tune. It put down around 400hp. The transmission is a Tremec 6 speed with a Pro 5.0 shifter and a tick master cylinder unit. The rear axle is an original 12 bolt that was narrowed to fit the wheels. Moser axles and Ford big bearings were installed. The exhaust is 100% stainless hand fabricated from the header flange back to the rear bumper.

The interior sports Recaro front seats and a custom center console with a removable harness bar and 5 point seat belts. The package tray is all custom and hides a 10” sub and 6 x 9 speakers. Vintage air keeps it nice and cool inside also.

The car truly is a one of a kind and should be seen in person to truly appreciate it. I have photos of the entire build process.

See this month’s edition of Summit Racing and you’ll find the car on the cover.