1969 Chevrolet Nova 383 Stroker 650HP Frost Green Resto Mod

  • Location: Indio, California, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Chevrolet
  • Model: Nova
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: SS
  • Year: 1969
  • Mileage: 11592
  • VIN: 114279W301715
  • Color: Green
  • Engine size: 383 Stroker
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: --
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: 700R4
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Green
  • Options: --
  • Vehicle Title: Clear

1969 Chevrolet Nova SS Description

Here is a stunning 1969 Chevrolet Nova Resto Mod. I am selling this for a friend. In fact I'll be representing him with the sale of most of his car collection over the next few years, all of which are very high quality restorations/builds like this one. He has owned this car since 2011. This '69 Nova has undergone a full restoration and was refinished in it's original exterior color of Frost Green (code 59). Close to a show car finish is this one, with 4 small imperfections I could find, 3 small chips in the front of the hood and a few small bubbles at the very bottom of the drivers side quarter panel right behind the rear wheel. Hardly noticeable but I thought I would mention every single thing I could find. The interior is in near perfect condition and finished in Green as well with Strato bucket seats. The original dated front seat belts are still in place. It has 3 additional AutoMeter gauges for oil pressure, engine temperature and a tachometer. The motor is a 383 Chevy Stroker Motor with a claimed 650 Horse Power, which after driving this car personally I will not dispute the claim, it has a massive amount of power, put it that way. The motor features Canfield Heads as well as a Demon Carburetor. The ignition is a MSD 6AL Multiple Spark Discharge box with a Blaster Coil. It has Hooker Super Competition Ceramic coated headers with a full 3" stainless exhaust system from front to back as well as Magnaflow stainless mufflers. The car has very nice subframe connectors with an adjustable rear suspension setup that goes from the front of the leafspring to the rear axle mounting pad. I've never seen that kind of setup before, so that is as good as I can describe it. I'll add that everything on this car is very high quality, no question about it. It has various Hotchkis suspension parts throughout, sway bars, tie-rod connectors etc... It has front disc brakes, rear drums and rides on SKOP wheels (18 x 7 1/2 front, 20 x 9 rear as far as I can tell without taking the tires off the rims). It has General ZR rated tires (235/40 ZR 18 front, 255/35 ZR 20 rear) that look to be in brand new condition. The shocks are QR1 adjustable shocks. My friend has put less than 200 miles on the car since he's owned it. It starts, drives and rides as nice as could be expected. If you like these '69 Nova Resto Mods, here has to be one of the nicest ones built without being a 50,000+ car. A very, very nice car with a ton of power. I have over 100 pictures of the car, but I can only load 12 through ebay, so if you would like to see additional pictures of certain parts of the car, just ask and I will be happy to send them through ebay. Any other questions, please ask and thank you for looking.