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Hemmings Find of the Day – 1977 Chevrolet Nova Concours coupe

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Selling my excellent 1977 Chevrolet Nova Concours Coupe. What makes this car really interesting in the fact that it’s triple black with bucket seats, console shift and the special instrumentation package (rally guages). A great driving and reliable classic. Down the road it does not have any rattles and tracks straight, the engine and transmission run and shift excellent. The original 305 has been upgraded with a Quadrajet 4bbl and an Edelbrock manifold, additionally a mild cam was installed (this was accomplished by the previous owner), by the way I’m the 3rd owner. The car came orginally equipped with a T200 and that was replaced with a TH350. The performance is great (for what’s installed) obviously it won’t be the fastest car at cruise night, but that’s not this car’s style…it a cruiser. The body is great, it was painted once in the early 1990’s using Dupont paint (at a cost of over 3k), I have the receipt and it still shines, there not any rust other than a few small bubbles on the botton of the drivers door (you have to crouch down to see them), the vinyl is also in great shape as this car has been garage kept it’s whole life. The front disk brakes a good, rear shoes replaced about 3k ago, mechanically the car needs nothing, I have just changed the oil. The headliner is perfect as well as the dash pad, no cracks or fading. The airconditioning needs to be charged and I don’t know where to go for the older R34. The compressor kicks on and it runs for about 10 seconds. Everything else works, even the windshield wiper squirters. It has a great stero that is one that looks original however it has the input for a phone, ipod ect…The exhaust is twin tipped but not duals, there’s not any emissions equipement. The tires and wheels are excellent as well, the wheels are the wider 16″ like what was on a Camaro. All of the lights work as does the heater, fan and controls. The rear shocks have just been replaced with air units and I have new front shocks but they are not needed yet, they are included, I also have the build sheet and an bunch of receipts. This is a great affordable classic for someone to get into the hobby or just an addition to your collection. I always get compliments and everyone has a Nova story. When is the last time you saw one these late Novas ?

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Burien, Washington
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