1967 Chevrolet Nova II



Vehicle is located in Dearborn, MI - just 10 miles east west of downtown Detroit, MI
1967 Chevrolet Nova II
ENGINE: 440 CI Small Block
TRANSMISSION: 5 Speed Manual
•Power Steering
•Tilt Wheel
•Vinyl Interior
For sale in our Detroit showroom is a beautifully-restored 1967 Chevrolet Nova II. If you want a show-quality muscle car with some serious power under the hood, then this is the car for you! The most noticeable part of this Chevy is the incredible attention-to-detail with the bodywork. The car retains almost all of the original sheetmetal, which has been coated in a spectacular shade of ‘Black Rose,’ which was a special color only offered on 1992 Corvettes. Out in the sunlight on a nice day, it really shines, and will surely make you the center of attention at every show you go to. Speaking of shows, this Nova II has been shown at the 2013 Detroit Autorama, where it placed 3rd in the Conservative Hardtop. A year later, it was shown again, where it took 2nd in its class. The interior of the car looks just a stunning as the outside, with original seats recovered in the 1966 “Fawn” color, which is a great match with the exterior color. Aside from being one of the more attention-getting Novas you will ever find, it also packs quite the punch under the hood, with a built SBC aluminum Dart tall-deck motor, totaling approximately 440 cubic inches. Built by D&S Engines, the motor features GMPP heads, Weiand single plane intake, 870 Holley, Callies crank, billet rods, JE forged pistons, and a custom solid-roller Comp cam with 1.5-ratio roller rockers. The engine is fully-studded with ARP fasteners, and also features a remote oil filter system. To keep things clean and organized under the hood, the car features Painless Wiring with 11 circuits, in addition to integrated MSD Digital 6 & Pro-Billit distributor. The transmission is a Richmond 5-speed overdrive transmission and the car is built to handle the power, with a Ford 9-inch rear end with custom-width Moser axles, and 3.88 gears. While the powerful motor able to rocket the car down a straight stretch of highway, this Nova features an upgraded suspension underneath, consisting of Heidt’s Super Ride front subframe with coil-overs, rear 4-link with coilovers, and frame connectors for improved handling characteristics. With the fast car, you have to have the ability to safely bring everything to a stop, and the car comes with equipped with Wilwood four-wheel disc brakes with a Wilwood manual master cylinder and stainless steel hard lines. Options on the car include: power steering, tilt wheel, vinyl interior, and aluminum/alloy wheels. If you want a show-stopping performance machine, then call today! Located in our Detroit showroom, this 1967 Chevy Nova II can be viewed in greater detail, including HD photos and video, at www.GatewayClassicCars.com, or call (313)-982-3100 for more information.