AutoHunter Spotlight: Custom 502-powered 1967 Chevy Nova

Credit: Original article published by Classic Cars Journal.

Today’s AutoHunter Spotlight is on a custom 1967 Chevy Nova that underwent a $180,000 body-off restoration. It’s finished in Chevrolet Bright Blue Metallic with Graphite stripes and is powered by a modified 502cid V8 mated to a 6-speed manual transmission.

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The Nova was stripped to bare metal during the restoration and was resprayed in Bright Blue Metallic with Graphite strips and a clear coat. All the glass, hardware, weather stripping and window felt are new and the chrome trim has been re-plated.

The interior seats feature black leather and suede with contrasting blue stitching that you’ll also see on the leather dash. Other interior features include a custom Budnick steering wheel with polished hub and tilt, Kenwood sounds system with navigation and Bluetooth paired to Focal speakers and JL audio amplifiers, as well as heated front seats and Lokar accessories.

Under the hood, the new Chevrolet Ram Jet 502cid V8 is paired to a Tremec 6-speed manual transmission. Performance upgrades include a Fast XFI 2.0 engine management system, Fluidyne radiator with 80-amp dual fan, MSD Blaster coil and ignition box, 31-spline axles, Wilwood brake kit, 4-link suspension with chassis bracing and more.

According to the seller, 3,300 miles have been driven on the Nova since restoration.

To hear the engine run, see the video below:

The auction ends March 12 at 12:30 p.m. MST.

Visit this vehicle’s AutoHunter listing to find further information and gallery of photos.

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