1972 Chevy Nova SOLD!!!!!

This Nova is a project car and it does not run but with a little bit of money and time it will. If you have a budget of about $500 and buy used parts you will have this running. The engine is the real deal. Engine Specs-Chevy 350 with 4 bolt main/steel crank/forged and balanced aluminum piston/double hump corvette heads/edlebrock intake/holley carb and holley fuel pump/headmen headers/New march alt brackets($200) in box)/HEI and more... Needs minor floor patches and interior and minor parts that you can buy used for cheap. New Shocks New Brakes BIG 10 BOLT POSI RALLEY WHEELS BUCKET SEATS TACHOMETER B&M SHIFTER DRIVE SHAFT HAS NEW HEAVY DUTY U-JOINTS I did not get this car to sell. I was building it for me but now I have to sell it. $2,700 O.B.O. $2,700 O.B.O. $2,700 O.B.O. Yeah... It's like I'm giving this NOVA away...

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