1967 Chevrolet Nova
Why This Car Is Special
This Butternut Yellow 1967 Chevrolet V8 Nova we have here at Skyway Classics has a lot of street appeal with its V8 small block Chevy engine, 4-speed transmission, nice interior, great sound, and stance with those chrome American Racing wheels and black sidewall tires.
1967 Chevrolet II Nova
327-300 horsepower engine
Factory orange paint on the block, intake, and heads
Polished finned aluminum valve covers
Matching open-element air cleaner assembly
Detailed engine compartment
4-speed manual transmission
10-bolt rear end
Dual exhaust system with turbo type mufflers
Black vinyl split bench front seat
Accessory performance gauges
Pushbutton radio system
Black three spoke steering wheel
Matching door panels
Black carpeting and floor mats
Chrome 4-speed shifter
Butternut Yellow paint scheme
Cross-flag engine emblems
Great chrome bumpers front and rear
American Racing wheels
Black sidewall tires.
Chevrolet was smart enough to put a V8 engine in these cars which gave them a good power-to-weight ratio and they were a fast little muscle car.
The 1967 Chevrolet II here is a perfect example of the with the 327-300 horsepower cubic inch small bock Chevy engine with factory orange paint on the block, intake, and heads, polished finned aluminum valve covers with the matching open-element air cleaner assembly, dual exhaust, performance distributor, and all sitting in a clean and detailed engine compartment.
The engine is backed by a 4-speed manual transmission and a 10-bolt rear end, dual exhaust system with turbo type mufflers, all riding on American Racing wheels and black sidewall tires.
Our Duece has a really nice looking black split bench vinyl interior with matching rear seat, black dash, factory gauges plus accessory performance gauges, pushbutton radio system, black three spoke steering wheel, matching door panels, black carpeting and floor mats, and the chrome 4-speed shifter on the floor.
The 1967 gets a sweet looking original Y code Butternut Yellow paint scheme that looks great with its black top, cross-flag engine emblems, great chrome bumpers front and rear, and trim.
The body panels and fitment are good and it has that subtle muscle car look, sounds great, and runs as great as it looks.
The 1967 Chevrolet Nova we have here at Skyway Classics is a very clean example of those pocket-rockets of 1967. It is very fast due to its engine size and very light weight and looks better than it did when it was brand new.
If you want a great example of the Chevy II, this one is for you.
So give us a call at 941-254-6608.
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