1969 Chevrolet Nova Base Coupe 2-door Roller on 2040-cars
Albertville, Minnesota, United States
The last time it was on the road was 2008. I pulled the motor and trans with plans for a bbc but lost interest. The car needs needs new paint, some bodywork, motor, and trans. Clean and clear title in hand and ready for a new home. The vinyl roof is in good condition. The dash pad and headliner are in very good condition. The seats, carpet, and door panels are good but show minor wear. The car has drum brakes all the way around and a B&M ratchet shifter. The car also comes with extra dash trim, 2500 stall converter, drive shaft, and transmission support. A $500.00 dollar non-refundable Paypal payment is required 24hrs after auction. Remaining amount is to be paid in cash when car is picked up.
Buyer is responsible for local pickup or arranging shipping. I can be available to help load the car if needed.
The car is for sale locally and I reserve the right to end the auction at anytime.
Thanks for looking and happy bidding.
My name is Jake. Please contact me through Ebay or by phone with any questions. I can be reached at 763-443-4443 from 5pm - 9pm central time.
Chevrolet Nova for Sale
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