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1971 Chevrolet Nova SS

1971 Chevy Nova SS. Newer paint in 2008 aprox. in it's original Burnt Orange color code 62 with black vinyl top. Still has mostly its original black vinyl interior and underside. Retains its original numbers matching 350 V8 engine block. Three owner car, original family owned the nova since new until approximately 2007 or 2008 when the second owner purchased the car and owned it until 2013 when the final owner sold the car to us in 2018. Original 350 block and heads with aftermarket 600 DeMon carburetor, original 350 3spd. transmission. New Edelbrock fuel pump, New Weland intake manifold and new distributor. Appears to be a real SS car. Equipped with factory Tach, Power Steering, tilt and Power brakes, 15" Chrome Crager style wheels with like new BFG Radial tires size P225 70 R15 in back and in front P215 65 R15. Aftermarket JVC AM-FM radio in dash, aftermarket aluminum radiator, new Flowmaster exhaust from the donuts all the way back, new brakes on all four corners, new aluminum Edelbrock water pump, new battery and new valve covers. All non original upgrades listed above were installed approximately four or five years ago by previous owner. 52,352 miles believed to be original. The 1971 Nova SS is truly the last year the Nova could be called a production muscle car, with the big block 396 cubic-inch block gone in 1970 and the 350 cubic-inch down from 300 hp to 270 hp the Nova still had power and punch, but in 1972 it was over with the 350 cubic-inch engine running on regular fuel the engine only produced 200 horsepower. This Nova is fully optioned and has a 270 horsepower 350 ci V8. The 1971 Chevrolet Nova was available as a 2-door coupe and a 4-door sedan with pricing set at $2,200 for the sedan and $2,175 for the coupe. The Nova was available with either six- or eight-cylinder engines the Nova Four was no longer available. Standard engines included either the 250 cubic-inch six or the 307 cubic-inch V8. The 1971 Nova received minor revisions to the grille, and a vertical molding was also visible in the front fender corner trim panels. Amber plastic parking lamp lenses were new. Standard features included foot-operated brakes, ignition key alarm system, anti-theft steering wheel column lock, front armrests, and heater and defroster. For 1971, Chevrolet produced 194,878 examples of the Nova with 99,940 being equipped with V8 engines. 7,015 Novas were given the Super Sport option.