2 Door Chevy Nova 350 - Great Low Mile Car!

  • Price: Ask a price!
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Nova
  • Type: Coupe
  • Year: 1972
  • Mileage: 39,700
  • VIN: 1X27D2W403729
  • Color: Green
  • Engine size: 350ci
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Powerglide
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Tan
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Mount Vernon, Ohio, United States


This is a 1972 Chevy Nova with 39,700 miles. It was originally a 250ci inline 6 cylinder, but has been replaced with a new, crate 350 engine less than 1,000 miles ago. It retains it's original powerglide transmission, but with the addition of a TransGo shift improver kit. This car isn't hacked up and gets a lot of attention. Replace the wheels and you'll have a strong running SS clone. I think this car is reasonably priced, but feel free to make an offer!

The body isn't perfect, but the general appearance is very good. To make it perfect, it needs a drivers side front fender and both rear quarters (you could use partial patch panels on both sides, although I think full quarters make for a better end-result). The floor-pans (original) are very solid and the trunk pan only has a small (3/4" x 1") hole that could be replaced easily.

The engine is completely new (not rebuilt). It's an L31-R Chevrolet Performance 350 that has 9.5:1 compression with Vortec cylinder heads (upgraded to screw-in rocker studs and beehive valve springs), hydraulic roller cam (Comp Cams .495/.502 lift), Edelbrock RPM intake, MSD HEI ignition, Edelbrock 650 AVS carburetor, and Hooker Headers. It's a really nice street combination that starts easily and idles great. I've also upgraded the original 10 bolt differential with 30-spline Moser axles and Eaton TrueTrac posi unit. The front suspension is entirely new using Energy Suspension polyurethane bushings and MOOG ball joints. The mono-leaf suspension has been swapped for a set of USA made multi-leafs.

The interior is entirely original, and is in great shape! The only flaw is the drivers seat which has a couple small tears in the bottom cushion (you can see this in the pictures).

This is a pretty neat car and there are too many things to list (I have all the receipts), so feel free to contact Cory with any questions. I'm also limited to 12 pictures on this site, so please ask if you'd like more detailed photos.

Thanks for looking.