Here is a really nice example of a 1967 Nova SS. It is a true 118, factory 4-speed car. As described below, the car
is not numbers matching, but is still a beautiful example of a 2nd generation Nova.
-Very nice driving car, has good power and responds well.
-Healthy 327 V8 engine with correct snowflake intake. Block has casting # 3791362, casting date of A-19-7 and #’s
stamped are V0303ZA. Heads are different that the camel hump heads and the exhaust manifold was swapped by prior
owners to headers.
-12-bolt posi rear end
-Muncie 4-speed transmission
-Most of the interior is original (headliner and door panels was replaced by previous owners)
-Originally a butternut yellow car, painted in 1990's-early 2000's in a GM Light Drift Sand Metallic; the paint
shows very well but has a few minor flaws
-Very nice SS truck panel; some pitting but still a very nice original compared to others out there.
-Dual snorkel air cleaner, in the L-79 style, looks very nice in the engine bay (note that this is NOT an L79 car,
nor is the air cleaner technically correct for the year/engine)