- Body Color
- Engine Size
- 383 V8
- Transmission Type
- 4 Speed Automatic
1967 Chevrolet Chevy II
1967 Chevrolet Chevy II
Chevy management finally decided on “Chevy II,” because it started with a “C”—really. That's why the other name they liked didn't win the day—however, they decided to keep it for the top trim line for the Chevy II Series. That name was “Nova.” In other words, anyone who owned a Nova actually owned a Chevy II.
For consignment, a Chevy II from 1968. This one is fortunate to have a larger consignor-stated 383ci V8 stroker, with some extras, has a nice vinyl top, and beautiful blue interior. All looking great and ready to chew up some competition, Chevy II style!
As we breathe in this just past mind 1960's model, we smell nicely preserved chrome and stainless, no rust and all well minded gaps, all bathed in smooth white paint. A single headlight rests under the swept back fender visor on either side and these flank a nice egg crate grille, complete with the Chevy II badge in the drivers grille corner. A wonderfully shiny chromed bumper is below and hoses the horizontal turn signals. The headlights are more modern LED style. As we follow the trim which runs the gamut of the sides a single door with perfectly chromed handle is on along with a chromed gas filler cap and more nice badging on the back of the rear quarters. On the bottoms are a wide stainless rocker trimming. Above is a nicely preserved black vinyl top covering and this shows off the shiny stainless window trimmings. The rear glass gently lowers to the trunk deck which offers up plenty of storage space and index on the rear with vertical taillights in each corner, and a shiny chromed bumper below. 15 inch highly polished Billet Specialties wheels are wrapped in 195/60R15's in front and larger 235/60R15's on back. This deuce looks white hot.
A swing of the doors and it's looking very clean and…blue! Dark and light blue play together with vinyl panels that are delineated by some chrome trimmings and highlighted with shiny cranks and actuator, as well as a turn knob lock. Uppers are blue painted steel and all excellent on these swingers. Inside we see more 1967 styling with light blue broken checked pattern broadcloth inserts featuring dark blue stripes, most thin but wide ones in the seat centers. Bolsters are smooth blue vinyl, and these are split back in front, and a solid bench in back all looking excellent. Upfront is the angled in dash with aluminum on the dash front and padded blue vinyl on top. Gauges are all pristine and looking original within the dash, and a retro style radio is neatly inserted in the center, with the temp sliders below. A trio of aftermarket gauges hangs just below and looking just a bit to your right you stumble upon a B&M shifter. Next to that is an aftermarket tach with shift light begging for your attention. This all hovers above very clean and like now blue thick pile loop carpeting. Above is a tight light blue headliner in vinyl and I venture to say this interior is looking just swimmingly showroom clean!
Under the hood is also looking good. It is all consignor stated as we have no verification. Now showing with a 383 stroker V8 which the consigner states puts out 425hp. It sports aftermarket aluminum heads and has a 4-barrel Holley carb sitting atop an Edelbrock intake. A nice round air cleaner is protecting the opening and shiny valve coverings are now on each side. MSD ignition can be noted, and headers are attached for the easy exhale. Supple hoses and no corrosion are seen in this beautifully restored engine bay. On back is a 700R4 4-speed automatic transmission which throws the horses to the rear wheels via a Ford 9-inch 3.73 posi rear axle. Suh-weet!
Underneath is also looking very sweet with no rust, a new fuel tank, tubular front A arms and solid frame. Independent coil sprung front suspension and power disc brakes are on the front, and leaf springs with traction bars are on back working with power drum brakes. A nice shiny rust free Pypes exhaust takes the spent gasses handoff from the headers and throws it rearward.
Our muscle car aficionado slipped inside this one before I even had eyes on it, so I'll defer to his experience, with which he told me he loved it!! Mentioning during this exchange was great acceleration, nice handling and all functions working just great. Bias free braking was experienced for the panic stop test.
All buttoned up and fully restored with more power than you'll ever think you will need, this sporty upgraded engine and suspension muscle car is ready to take on nearly anything of its year in comparison, particularly a Ford!
15-Chevy II 400, Nova Inline 6
37-2 Door Hardtop
W-Willow Run, MI Assy Plant
126085-Sequential Unit Number
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 650 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.
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