1969 Chevrolet Nova in Gilbert, AZ




1969 Chevrolet Nova Coupe

REDUCED 1969 Chevrolet Nova Coupe model with the 'SS' trim - Barrett Jackson car
Arizona vehicle with a Rust-Free Body as well!

Full Restoration Completed including.-
- Brand New Bumpers, Grill, Valences & Door Locks
- Tinted Glass
- Window Trims & Weatherstripping
- Brand New Interior Upholstery (Carpet, Headliner, Door Panels, Dash, Gauges, Seats & Trunk Liner
- Brand New Cragar 'SS' Rims
- Front Disc Brakes & Rear Drums
- Brand New 402 Pump Gas Motor with Brand New Pro Comp Heads, Cam, Valve train & Roller Rockers
- Brand New Edelbrock Intake
- 750 ProForm Carb
- Large Tube Ceramic Headers
- 3-inch Exhaust
- Brand New Mallory Ignition with MSD
- Large 4-Row Aluminum Radiator, Fan & Pump
- Brand New Fuel Lines
- Rebuilt Muncie 4-Speed Transmission with Brand New Syncros
- Brand New Lakewood Steel Bell House, Flywheel & Centerforce Clutch
- Brand New Driveshaft
- Ford 9-inch Rear Differentials with Eaton Fuller 600 Posi Traction
- Brand New Strange Axles with .370 Gear Ratio & Traction Bars
And much more...!

Note. Very beautiful car that is very fast, and runs cool 180 Maximum all day in Phoenix, AZ.

This is a must see American Classic and everything within works well
Currently located in Gilbert, AZ.
Serious inquiries only.

Financing, Nationwide Shipping and Warranties available to qualified buyers.

Stock Number: C183217L


  • Type:American Classic
  • Condition:Excellent
  • Mileage:23000
  • Exterior Color:Blue
  • Interior Color:Black
  • Engine Size:8 Cylinder
  • Transmission:Manual
  • Driveline: RWD
  • Fuel Type:Gasoline
  • VIN:NA


  • AM FM
  • Bucket Seats
  • Garaged
  • No Rust
  • Non Smoker
  • Power Brakes
  • Premium Paint
  • Premium Tires
  • Premium Wheels
  • Tinted Glass
  • iPod Port


  • City:
  • State:
  • Gilbert
  • AZ
  • Zip Code:
  • Country:
  • 85298
  • NA

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