Stk#035 1971 Chevrolet Nova
400 Miles since completed
373 rear gears Richmond
Painted a beautiful Blue slick with a new black vinyl top, new dual outside mirrors, SS hood ornament scoops, new door handles, new front & rear chrome bumpers. The grill, drip rail moldings, all window molding are all new. All the glass, rubber and felt, body side molding, Rocker panel molding all like new. Headlight trim and Hood trim are new. The rear panel is like new as are the tail lights and trim. The emblems are like new. Side marker lights are like new. Front disc brakes are new, rear leaf springs are new as well. New body bushings, upper and lower control arms, shocks, front springs are all new. The tie rod and ball joints. New fuel tank, sending unit. Cragar rims are chrome and BF Goodrich white letters tires are new. Beautiful car! Like New!
The interior is black vinyl on reclining bucket seats with new carpet and door sill plates. The console is new with Automatic shifter, Carbon fiber dash cluster with Autometer gauges, new and white face. Vintage A/C & Heat with new controls, vents under dash, 3-spoke steering wheel, new headliner, dome light is also new. The door handles and window cranks are like new. Door panels and arm rest like new. GM seat belts, rubber floor mats front and back are new. Custom Auto Sound radio with Pioneer speaker mounted in package tray. Looks good!
Powered by a 454-engine bolted to a 700R by Trans Depot. Aluminum heads 2500 and stall. Ross Racing Pistons, Eagle rods, Roller Cam, Roller lifters, Comp. push rods, Howard Roller Rockers, crank shift balanced external. Compression 10.4-1. Double Roller timing chain, March Serpentine system, polished water pump. Edelbrock intake, Edelbrock air cleaner. Polished valve covers, chrome oil dip stick. Holley Avenger carb, dual exhaust. Doug�s headers, power steering, chrome water neck, chrome alternator, chrome compressor. 4-core radiator, electric fans, Billet power steering pump, Hoses, and plug wires. Chrome brake booster, chrome radiator cover, starter, flywheel, plug wires and plugs. Billet wire holders, fuel pump, battery and cables, all new pans. This car runs and handles good! Beautiful! Visit our website at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.
Lin's passion for Classic Auto's has been steadily growing for many years. He began 'Street Rodding' in 1978 and he has traveled the Highways enjoying many Car Shows and meeting a lot of wonderful people who also share their passion of Yesteryears Automobiles. Lin's knowledge of these Classics has served him well. He not only restored many cars, with a love of painting them. He taught paint and body restoration classes at Central Carolina Community College. He also appraises cars. In March 2010 Lin and Bonnie had the opportunity to move to the next phase of their love of Classic Auto's by buying East Coast Classic Cars. Together they strive to make your Auto purchase, consign or trade with us a very pleasurable experience. Honesty and knowledge of these Classics is how we have built a reputable business.