Classic Car Facts
Teal Metallic exterior ... Black vinyl interior ... 350 CID V-8 ... Automatic ... Chrome mag wheels ... Dual exhaust ...
If you’re looking for an eye-catching early 1960s car with plenty of power that is ready to enjoy, look no further than this sporty 1962 Chevrolet Nova hardtop coupe.
Finished in Teal Metallic, this Nova’s finish has a beautiful luster that is further accentuated by chrome and brightwork that is in excellent condition. The front and rear bumpers have been rechromed and show beautifully. Black and light gray pinstripes run the length of this car’s character lines, providing plenty of distinction. You’ll also appreciate its Rocket Racing chrome mag wheels, which give the exterior just the right amount of pop.
The interior of this car also shows very well, featuring black bucket seats finished in vinyl. The headliner, dash board, door panels and rear package shelf are all in very good condition. Its full complement of gauges, including an AutoGage tachometer and oil pressure, water temperature, and volt gauges, will keep you informed about what’s going on under the hood. You’ll also appreciate its B&M shifter, which enables you to shift manually when desired. Another feature is its Grant tilt steering wheel, which will allow drivers of all sizes to be comfortable behind the wheel. This Nova was a rare radio factory delete car, giving further credibility to its sporty image.
Under the hood you will find a heavily chromed and nicely detailed engine compartment. Power is supplied by a 350 CID V-8 mated to an automatic transmission. Performance enhancements include the following:
Although total mileage is unknown, this Nova runs and drives as well as it looks.
If an early 1960s muscle car with plenty of eye appeal is what you desire, this 1962 Nova is the car for you!