1972 Chevy Nova - $18,000 (McCall)

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1972 Chevy Nova
condition: excellent
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 14054
paint color: blue
title status: clean
transmission: automatic
type: sedan
This Nova has only 14,054 original miles on her! It’s as if she were a brand new USED car! No chips! No smog converter! No complications; just vintage car! She has a full sized spare tire! This white over blue baby is a plain Jane! Her clock doesn’t even have hands! No CD player. (Put in whatever system you want!)

Yes, she’s 50 years old. Yes! She’s got a few blemishes and yes, she has four doors… but! She starts every time! She has brand new tires. (We had power steering put in!) This little beauty is sweet to drive. You want power? She has power! She has a 307 automatic engine.

I was told that after the first owner bought her and put a little over 12,000 miles on her, he passed away. The car was parked for the next 40 some odd years in the garage or carport. I bought her in 2019 & I have put a little over 2,000 miles on her. (She is garaged in the Winter, I only drive her in the Spring and Fall; we get a lot of snow here in this Idaho mountain town!!)

She has brand new wipers, (I kept the original ones…)
She has new front seat belts, (yes, I kept the original ones…)
She has brand new side mirrors, (yep! I kept the original ones…)

She may need new rear shocks; the guy who sold her said the noise in the back is the right rear shock.
The paint is 50 years old, so it does have some blemishes that need attention.
She has plenty of power & she loves to go; if she had wings, I think she would fly!!
Speaking of wings… remember the “wing” windows? You’re in luck! She’s got ‘em!
I wouldn’t sell her except we have too many vehicles and not enough storage space so something has got to go. Plus my hubby wants his garage back!

Selling price is $18,000. A “Brand New USED Car!” For $18,000, That’s unheard of with today’s inflation and high interest rates!!
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