It’s got new wheels, custom paint, and upgraded suspension.

Streetside Classics is pleased to announce this gorgeous 1967 Chevrolet Chevy II/Nova SS Pro Street build up for sale. This car was made to do one thing and that’s to go fast; we can’t argue with or complain about that. It’s got some powerful performance upgrades and a custom two-tone presentation that makes it a stunner on the road, strip, and at the shows.

Chevrolet Novas are great cars to start a Pro-Street custom build with because of their light weight and big stature. When you have a hardtop such as this example and change its attitude up a bit, it really brings out the iconic styling cues in Chevy’s old-school designs. The exterior Charcoal Gray is a modern color with a metallic shine like no other; the same is true for the stunning Burgundy Metallic lower portion. The combination just flows perfectly and will stand out in a crowd. The silver portion not only provides a definitive diving line, but it also emphasizes the sharp kick-up over the rear fender that the second-gen Chevy Novas proudly wore.

Steal The Spotlight In A 1967 Chevrolet Nova SS Build

This hardtop coupe is so much more than just its impeccable paint job. It also sports a performance look with those hood pins, the bulging cowl hood, and color-matched bumpers. It sits on Weld Racing wheels with painted inserts that draw the attention to the meaty tires they’re wrapped in.

Open up the doors and feast your eyes on the all-black interior that houses just the right equipment to be an admirable street king. Check out those modern bucket seats with the right bolstering to keep you in your place when the power kicks you back. It’s all in the details too, like the red inserts that match the Chevy bow tie in the headrest and rear panel. A fire extinguisher, roll cage, and racing belts complete the competition look and keep you safe. You’ll also love the grippy small-diameter sports steering wheel, clear AutoMeter auxiliary gauges, and large AutoMeter Sport-Comp tachometer that’s mounted in perfect view. The Hurst Quick Stick shifter fits right in as well.

Gallery: Steal The Spotlight In A 1967 Chevrolet Nova SS Build

Apart from its looks and worthy options, this 1967 Chevrolet Nova SS Pro Street is powered by a 400 cubic-inch V8 small-block engine with big-block displacement that’s mated to a three-speed automatic transmission. This example has optimal power delivery with an FI Tech fuel-injection system that can be easily adjusted via the touchscreen on the interior dash. There’s also a slew of go-fast features like an Edelbrock hi-rise intake and long-tube Hooker headers that feed the roaring dual-exhaust. What’s more, it’s got an MSD ignition, Be Cool aluminum radiator with electric fan, and upgraded pulleys. A Dana 60 rear end also means proper and powerful take-offs; those super-wide Mickey Thompson tires at the rear help too.  

If you’ve been looking for a custom build that’s got the looks, form, and function to boot, look no further. This Chevy Nova SS is going to make you very happy, and make others very jealous.