1967 Chevrolet Nova SS 327
|Performance:||327ci V8 Super Sport (original numbers correct), performance upgraded; L-79 specs with all numbers correct and date code parts creating 350 HP|
|Performance options:||4 barrel Holly Carburetors|
|Transmission:||Hurst 4 speed on the floor shift lever hooks up to a 3:36 positraction rear-end|
|Options:||Power Brakes, Power Steering.|
|Mileage:||1,500 miles since restoration; 76,320 miles on odometer|
|Tires:||BF Goodrich Silvertown Redlines (2 on front, one spare) 205/70R/14; the 2 rear tires are 225/70R 14|
(SOLD) We are proud to offer this stunning triple black Chevy Nova SS that has California black plates, many performance upgrades performed to the engine, a new suspension and 1" diameter sway bars (front and rear). Factory front disc brakes power assisted. This Nova has had its engine upgraded to a 327 V8 Sport engine with Hurst 4 on the floor manual creating 350 horsepower. Striking beauty has been achieved by being professionally, and meticulously, restored by the previous owner. No expense was spared in this correct and proper restoration, done to high standards. Every component has been rebuilt, or replaced. The quality shows in his craftsmanship.. Perfection was his goal in restoring this original Chevy Nova. It is a superb example. The restoration of this vehicle to a Show/Driver level included the following: The vehicle was fully disassembled, painted, color sanded and buffed to perfection. New rubber, seals, grommets and gaskets, trim and bright work replaced or re-plated. The interior was redone with rich black period vinyl, to showcase its inner beauty including padding, carpet, panels, dash and seats all custom fitted and upholstered. The engine was re-built to factory specifications matching and calibrated with new pistons, oil pump, timing chain, bearings, valves, guides, seals, head completely rebuilt, rebuilt carburetors, clutch system, all new hydraulic system, restored shocks, the chassis and many other parts refinished in its correct finish, new suspension bushings, new wire harness installed, all electrical components, gauges, knobs, switches rebuilt, rescreened or replaced, and seat frames restored, new exhaust system. A great deal of time was spent on detail and quality throughout the restoration process. With the SS package, the upgrades are plentiful: such as bucket seats, center console, upgraded instruments, and rally sport wheels. This black beauty has AC that blows cold (the under dash unit is period in appearance with modern functionality), Delco radio that has been converted to digital with an IPod jack and upgraded speakers installed. There are two outside correct rearview mirrors, new glass, SS carpet mats, trunk mat, Fisher style seat belts, includes jack and crow bar, and comes with an owner’s manual. This spectacular example is sure to please any Nova enthusiast or collector.
When the Nova SS returned for '67 they were considered the guerrilla fighters of the muscle jungle. A low profile and a high power-to-weight ratio were their secret. The Super Sport edition had some extra chrome, blackout trim details, and small SS emblems.There were some minor changes from the 1966 to the 1967 models, such as a modified grille and new seat cover patterns, and front disc brakes could now be ordered from the factory. But the big news was the L79 engine was no longer available with the Nova, although a few Nova SS models did manage to be outfitted with the power-plant.