This 1972 Chevrolet nova was driven by a little old lady for over 20 years, and has been stored inside under a car cover for the last 5 years. She inherited the car from her mother, but I’m not sure if her mother was the original owner or not. This is a solid nova that is 95% stock, straight (no signs of collision damage), no visible floor board rust, solid doors, windows, etc.
?. The not so good – dash has been cut for aftermarket stereo (car has no stereo/speakers), Ash tray door has non-stock decal/sticker for seat belt use, and a 3rd brake light has been installed on rear speaker deck.
Doors open and close with little effort (this is the nicest shutting drivers door I’ve ever operated), are tight and have no door sag. All glass is intact, in good shape, and windows open and close smoothly. Chrome is in good condition, but does have minor signs of pitting.
?) Car starts right up and runs great – I didn’t have to do anything to get it to start after sitting for 5 years! Tires appear to be new, but they do have flat spots from being stored for 5 years.