The 1967 Chevrolet Chevy II Nova, a two-door sport coupe, underwent a meticulous refurbishment and modification process culminating around 2013. This comprehensive build involved disassembling the vehicle, addressing body repairs, and repainting it in a deep, lustrous blue, complemented by new exterior trim. At its heart, the Nova boasts a Chevy 350 V8 engine, meticulously bored .040 over, enhanced with aluminum heads, a COMP Cams camshaft, MSD ignition, and a 670 CFM Holley carburetor. Additional standout features include an aftermarket independent front suspension, front disc brakes, 15″ wheels, a 700R4 automatic transmission, and a 12-bolt rear end equipped with a Detroit locker. The interior has been elegantly reupholstered, featuring front bucket seats, a tilting steering column, a Sidewinder shifter, and a Dakota Digital dash. Acquired by its current owner in 2022, this Nova is now available through dealer consignment, complete with build records, spare parts, and a clean Delaware title.

Initially finished in Granada Gold, the car has been expertly refinished in a dark blue Cadillac hue. The gallery’s build photos reveal the car’s disassembly and subsequent bodywork repairs, including replacement door skins, prior to repainting. The seller highlights the installation of new bumpers, trim, door handles, headlights, taillights, front and rear glass, vent windows, and weatherstripping. Three minor paint imperfections are documented in the gallery.

The vehicle rides on steel 15×7″ wheels, shod with Mickey Thompson Sportsman S/R tires sized 26×8 at the front and 26×10 at the rear. The Heidts independent front suspension subframe features tubular control arms, rack-and-pinion steering, and coilovers. Additionally, Moroso subframe connectors and polyurethane bushings have been installed. Vented disc brakes are fitted at the front, with drum brakes at the rear.

Inside, the cabin has been reupholstered, featuring front bucket seats, front and rear seatbelts, a tilting Ididit steering column, and an ATI Sidewinder shifter.

The Dakota Digital dash is equipped with an 8k-rpm tachometer and a 160-mph speedometer, alongside gauges for fuel level, water temperature, oil pressure, and voltage. The digital odometer shows 7k miles, with approximately 300 of these miles added by the current owner. Total chassis mileage remains unknown.

The small-block Chevrolet V8 engine, constructed in the early 2010s, is bored .040 over and features aluminum Edelbrock heads, a COMP Cams camshaft, MSD ignition, a Be Cool radiator, and a 670 CFM Holley Street Avenger carburetor. Dyno testing results from 2011, available in the gallery, indicate a maximum output of 454 horsepower.

Power is transmitted to the rear wheels via a 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission and a 12-bolt rear end with Moser Engineering axles, 3.73:1 gears, and an Eaton Detroit locker.

Decoding the data plate reveals the following production information:

  • Build Date: 11B – Second week of November
  • Style: 11637 – Chevy II Nova two-door coupe, V8
  • Trim: 785 – Black Deluxe
  • Paint: GG – Granada Gold