1970 Nova SS 350

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Technical specifications

Type:two door sedan
Color:Green Mist Poly
Transmission:four-speed standard
Interior Color:Sandalwood
Engine:1975 350
Trim:Deluxe trim package
Number of Cylinders:8
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Running and driving 1970 Nova SS 350. A real Super Sport car and not made up. I know the previous owners to the early '70s and I have owned it for approximately ten years. It was last driven at the end of 2009 when it was taken apart for body repair. The body exterior has been stripped to bare metal. It comes with new full quarter panels and tail light panel. It was a complete car minus the console with gages that it originally came with. There is no exhaust system now from the headers back and the 350 front fender emblems are gone but all the other trim is there. The original color is Green Mist Poly with a black vinyl roof and it came with a Sandalwood bucket seat interior. The original buckets were stolen and replaced with '69 GTO seats. Carpet and headliner are gone but it has the headliner boughs. The floor was cut for a Super Shifter long ago. The body is very solid overall but has some rust through around the windshield frame and upper dash panel. The rear window frame is fine. Some small holes in the trunk floor, some small dents here and there. The front end, doors, rockers, trunk lid and floors are very solid. It comes with all the glass including a never installed new windshield. It has a factory in-dash tachometer that was not working. The odometer reads 79,000 plus miles which I think is close judging by pedal wear and other indications. All lights worked on the car when last driven. The original SS steering wheel is rough and it has an old custom wheel on it now. The engine is a stock 350 from a '75 Camaro with a fiberglass fan, Accel Super Coil, Appliance headers, 390 Holley, Edelbrock intake and valve covers. It has the original Muncie M-21 Transmission and a Hurst shifter designed for the console. Hayes clutch and transmission work great. It has the original 12-bolt posi-traction rear axle, 4.11 gears, Lakewood traction bars, finned aluminum cover and air shocks. Old Motion Performance front shocks. Brake parts and u-joints were all replaced. Newer 15x4 / 15x7 American Torque Thrust wheels and like new BFG tires with just a few hundred miles on them. The battery tray is temporarily bolted to the frame using existing holes so the car can be driven with the front clip off. I've tried to show the condition of the body in the pictures and have many more if requested. This was a tight, good driving car when last driven. Glad to answer any questions or send more detailed photos.

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