|Sale by dealer or Private party?||Private Party|
|Exterior Color||Dusk Blue|
|Seller reported accidents||No|
|Bid to $46,000|
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Location: Montreal, Quebec Canada
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This is a 1969 Chevrolet Nova finished in Dusk Blue (paint code #WA3855) over a matching blue leather interior. This Nova is an SS 350 clone; it is powered by an upgraded 350 cubic inch big block V8 paired with a 3-speed automatic transmission. The Chevrolet Nova was produced over the span of five generations from 1962-1979 and 1985-1988. Designed with GM’s X-body platform, the Chevrolet Nova was designed by the American automaker to satisfy the public demand for a functional, fast, back-to-basics compact car. Originally released as the Chevy II, with Nova describing just the top trim line, in 1969, the Nova name took over for the entire marque and 251,900 Novas were sold. This pristine third generation Chevrolet Nova is currently registered in Quebec with a clean and (Normal) status. The odometer reads approximately 98K-kms.
For US bidders, this Nova is directly importable without modification as it is EPA & DOT exempt being greater than 25 years old. For more information on transport/import please visit our Transport/Import page here.
This fastback late Sixties Nova coupe has been fitted with SS badging on the hood and tailgate to denote the upgraded powerplant within. Round headlights are set within square chrome housings framing a black grille with horizontal slats. Turn signals lights are integrated into the chrome bumper. The Chevy bowtie emblem centres the hood and Nova script is found on the fenders behind the wheel well above straight vertical simulated vents - these louvers were an optional upgrade in ‘69. Cosmetic air intakes adorn the hood as well. At the front of the fenders, 350 badging accompanies orange side marker lights. The window bezels and side view mirrors are chrome. Modified dual exhaust outlets emanate from beneath the car’s uncomplicated chrome bumper and straight bar tail lights. The trunk lid badge reads Nova by Chevrolet, having replaced the Chevy II badging found here the year previous. This Nova rides on period correct 14” wheels with chrome Chevy hubcaps wrapped in Road Hugger G/T Radial tires. Front disc brakes became standard in 1969, with drums at the rear wheels. The Chevrolet Nova is 189 inches long, 72 inches wide, and 52 inches high, with a 111 inch wheelbase and a curb weight of 3,330 lbs.
Inside, this Chevy Nova has a three spoke Chevy-branded steering wheel which fronts a strip-style 120 mph speedometer with heater defroster sliders situated to the right in a vertical column and a cassette tape player with a digital clock is found below. A 10K-rpm tachometer has been installed on the steering column, along with a floor-mounted B&M shifter with a carbon fibre handle. Pro-Comp oil pressure, water temperature, and voltage gauges are found installed on the passenger side above the glove compartment. Ribbed and padded blue leather upholstery is found on the front and back bench seats, door panels, and dash, and the car is equipped with matching blue seat belts. Stamped Nova nameplates are found on the door and the passenger side dash. The drivers side has a custom rubber floor mat protecting the car’s blue carpeting, and armrests are built into the doors and rear quarters beside the back seats.
This RWD Chevy Nova SS 350 Clone is powered by a 350 cubic inch V8 engine paired to a 3-Speed automatic transmission. This 5.7-liter V8 has been claimed to propel this compact coupe from zero-to-60 mph in 6 seconds with 300 horsepower and 380 lb-ft of torque. The engine has been equipped with aluminium headers, a Brawler carburetor, an Edelbrock intake manifold, an MSD Digital 6AL ignition control, an aluminium radiator, an electric gas pump, and new exhaust headers. Chrome and stainless steel accents are found throughout the engine bay, including valve covers, pulleys, alternator, radiator, braided hoses and other accents.