Vehicle Location: YUCAIPA, CA 92399
Auction Type: Reserve
Engine: ADVERTISED 396 ACTUAL 402
This 1970 Nova L78 is a classic muscle car that is sure to turn heads.
Under the hood, you’ll find a numbers-matching 396 375 HP engine paired with a turbo 400 transmission.
The drive train and other components are also original and correct, including the date code carb, distributor, alternator, UT master cylinder, and more.
Other features of this car include an AM/FM radio with rear seat speaker, a 12 bolt 3:31 posi rear end, .030 over 11:1 compression, a correct solid lift cam, original front rotors dated A 15 0 and D 1 0, deluxe restored seat belts, all emission equipment including TVS, and new BFG 215-70-14 tires.
The car also boasts a Gardner exhaust system and a rare 90-degree elbow air cleaner for early cars.
The exterior of the car is in excellent condition, with a beautiful green paint job.
Inside, the car features a fully restored interior with all the creature comforts you could want.
Check out the walk around video
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Item condition: New
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Is that a factory console w/guages in it? Nice
yes factory console — interior is immaculate — I accidently deleted the underside of the bucket seat
pictures they are fully restored like the back seat — painted springs , new foam etc.
I have several cars and at 73 I really don’t drive them much — this Nova maybe 3000 miles in 15
years — when I made up my mind to sell it I replaced front and rear rubber brake lines — dropped the
trans pan installed new filter etc. — new Lucas classic car oil and new filter ready for a trip across
1970 Nova L78 production numbers total 3765 only 800 with automatic !
picture of block casting date uploaded B 20 70
there are a few pictures yet to be viewed
The photo gallery has been updated with many additional photos
I added 2 more photos — thank you — and thanks to Joe